I had a houseplant a few years ago that brought me unexpected pleasure. At first I thought it was a wandering jew, but I've since looked at pictures of wandering jews and discovered that my plant was not one. It had small green succulent type leaves, (less than half the size of wandering jews). After I had had it a while imagine my amazement to discover that it also had small magenta flowers. These small flowers had many long thin petals, and the thing that intrigued me the most was that during the day they were in full bloom, but at night they closed back up again. I had to move from Denver, CO and so gave the plant away, thinking I would get another when I got to where I was going. Unfortunately I haven't seen one since. Does anyone know what this plant is called or where I might get one. After searching the internet I believe I have ID the plant I was looking for. Here are some pictures of Aptenia cordifolia AKA Baby Sun Rose. Thanks anyway.