Definitions for ice plant
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a low-growing Old World plant, Mesembryanthemum crystallinum, of the carpetweed family, having tiny glistening sacs on its fleshy, edible leaves.
Origin of ice plant:
ice plant, icicle plant, Mesembryanthemum crystallinum(noun)
Old World annual widely naturalized in warm regions having white flowers and fleshy foliage covered with hairs that resemble ice
a succulent annual, Carpobrotus edulis, of the stone plant family, having pale pink flowers and fleshy leaves covered with glistening hairs
a plant (Mesembryanthemum crystallinum), sprinkled with pellucid, watery vesicles, which glisten like ice. It is native along the Mediterranean, in the Canaries, and in South Africa. Its juice is said to be demulcent and diuretic; its ashes are used in Spain in making glass