Photos: Macroom, Co.Cork
Panicles of pink to reddish-purple flowers, very occasionally white. 5-petalled. Fleshy green leaves, often tinged orange or reddish, usually opposite. Margins strongly papillose. Stems procumbent / decumbent, rooting. To 20cm.
Often grown in gardens, can be persistent as garden escape, discard or relic of cultivation.
Identification confirmed by Paul Green
Causian Stonecrop. Macroom, County Cork. July 2008