Pink Pearl is an apple cultivar developed in 1944 by Albert Etter, a northern California breeder. Pink Pearl apples are named for their bright, pink flesh. They have a translucent yellow-green skin and an aromatic flesh with a delicious sweet-tart flavor.
Lapidaris Margarethae originates in Namibia and South Africa. Derived from the latin word lapis: stone; lapidaria means group of stones. As with many mesembs, they grow hidden in plain view in fields of broken rocks. The plant is about two inches tall.