Can anyone identify this plant?

I was given this plant recently but do not know what it is.
It has thick succulent-type leaves. I would like to put it in my rockery here in Greece. Is this likely to be an annual?
Any help in identifying this plant would be much appreciated.
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harpo99 said:

I looked at the first couple of photos (ignoring stern warnings that gardenbanter.co.uk has been reported as a suspicious site to do so).
This looks to be Portulaca grandiflora, an annual, but one that reseeds quite readily, where it is happy.
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On 8/31/2010 2:49 AM, harpo99 wrote:

suggest that you find a more legitimate host. To quote:
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to understand and/or heed them. That UK site is one of those that usurps "usenet" newsgroups and presents them as their own "forums". I guess that's the way the story goes....
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