This might be a variation
to A. lanceolata accordantly to Jacques van Thiel.
This member of the Portulaceae
family was given this name by Robert Sweet in 1826. It is found in
South Africa, growing in a well drained grit with little water and
lots of sun. The thicken stem can grow to five centimetres in
diameter, the whole plant up to fifteen centimetres high. The
flowers are pink.