My almost 6 months old Delosperma seedlings don't look like what I expected. Plants on the photos online seem to grow in length and crawl on the ground. Mine are very compact and round bushes which I like a lot, since there's no room here for them to "crawl" or engage in any other activities. Out of each of the very first leaves have grown a couple of new branches which have now kinda stopped (maybe preparing for winter?).
The most interesting about the plants is that they seem to love water. After a sunny day the leaves just drop like they have lost all will to live, and with a little water they are firm again by the morning. I think I've been watering them everyday in summer.
Questions to the experts: How do I care for it in the cold months? Is there something else I need to do except water them less?