Category Sedum

Sedum Clavatum Plant Care: How To Grow Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum
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Sedum Clavatum Plant Care: How To Grow Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum

Sedum clavatum SEE-dum, KLAV-ah-tum is an attractive succulent perennial hailing from Mexico and a member of the Crassulaceae family.Sedum, in general, is commonly called stonecrop because they need a little more care than stones.It’s also known by the common name Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum.Sedum Clavatum CareSize & GrowthSedum clavatum grows to be 4” inches tall.

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How To Grow Coppertone Stonecrop (Sedum Nussbaumerianum)

Sedum nussbaumerianum SEE-dum nuss-baw-mer-see-AH-nuh is a subshrub with rosettes of copper-colored leaves. It’s an easy to grow succulent coming from Mexico.It’s commonly called a Coppertone stonecrop or Coppertone sedum and part of the Crassula plant (stonecrop) family of succulents.Coppertone stonecrop was first discovered at a sulfur spring in Mexico in 1906 and is now a popular houseplant due to its uniquely colored leaves.
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Golden Sedum Care: Learn How To Grow Sedum Adolphii Plants

Sedum aldophii (SEE-dum ad-OL-fee-eye) is a beautiful perennial succulent native to Mexico commonly referred to as Golden Sedum.It is part of the genus sedum and falls into the Crassulaceae family.Its a popular succulent because of its attractive appearance and adds a lot of character to any garden.Caring For Golden Sedum PlantsSize and GrowthGolden sedum is a fast growing and fast spreading growth habit that grows to 10″-12″ inches tall.
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Sedum Acre Care: Growing The Goldmoss Stonecrop

Sedum acre SEE-dum AK-REE the goldmoss stonecrop is a low growing, perennial flowering, evergreen succulent plant.Its known by several common names:Mossy StonecropGoldmoss SedumBiting StonecropWallpaperThe Goldmoss Stonecrop is native to Europe but also found in Turkey, North America, Japan, and New Zealand.
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Sedum Rubrotinctum Care: Growing Jelly Bean Succulent Plant

Sedum rubrotinctum (SEE-dum roo-broh-TINK-tum) the succulent jelly bean is one of the many types of sedum plant species belonging to the family Crassulaceae.It has been classified as a distinct species since 1948.With its origins in Mexico, China, and Japan this succulent plant gets its nickname from the appearance of its leaves that look like small jelly beans.
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Is The Burro’s Tail Or Donkey Tail Plant Poisonous or Toxic?

The Donkey Tail plant (Sedum Morganianum) is a type of Sedum belonging to the family Crassulaceae. This succulent plant hails from Mexico and is very easy to care for both indoors and out.You may also hear this plant referred to as Burro’s Tail, Horse’s Tail or Lambs Tail because of its cascading, rambling growth habit and the fact that its tendrils can be said to resemble a donkey or burros tail.
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Sedum Album Care: Learn All About Growing White Stonecrop

Sedum album ‘Murale’ SEE-dum AL-bum is an herbaceous perennial succulent member of the family Crassulaceae which is native to North Africa, western Asia, Siberia, and Europe.The plant is from the Sedum plant genus along with:Burro’s Tail (Sedum morganianum)Gold Moss sedum (Sedum acre)Jellybean succulent (Sedum rubrotinctum)Sedum is derived from the Latin word, sedeo, which means “to sit.
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Sedum Reflexum Care: Learn How To Grow The Blue Spruce Stonecrop

Sedum reflexum (SEE-dum ree-FLEKS-um), also known as Sedum rupestre (rue-PES-tree) is a hardy evergreen perennial stonecrop (Sedum) species hailing from mountainous regions throughout North America and in some dry parts of South America.The Sedum reflexum is a member of the Crassulaceae a family in the genus Hylotelephium, otherwise known as stonecrops.
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Growing Sedum Sieboldii: Caring For The Pink Sedum

Sedum sieboldii (aka October Daphne or Hylotelephium sieboldii) is a deciduous succulent plant hailing from Japan.The flowering Sieboldii October Daphne is a bright pink plant is named after a German researcher of Japanese botany during the 1800s, Franz Philippe von Siebold.October Daphne is just one of many different types of the genus, and it is often thought of as being the most beautiful.
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Sedum Autumn Joy Care: How To Grow Hylotelephium

Sedum Autumn Joy also known as Hylotelephium (hy-loh-te-LEE-fee-um) is a herbaceous perennial originating in China and belongs to the family Crassulacea.The plant gets its name from the beautiful flowers that bloom during the fall months from late September to late October.It is a low maintenance Sedum plant popular due to the winter interest it can add to any landscape.
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Sedum Clavatum Plant Care: How To Grow Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum

Sedum clavatum SEE-dum, KLAV-ah-tum is an attractive succulent perennial hailing from Mexico and a member of the Crassulaceae family.Sedum, in general, is commonly called stonecrop because they need a little more care than stones.It’s also known by the common name Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum.Sedum Clavatum CareSize & GrowthSedum clavatum grows to be 4” inches tall.
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Sedum Plant Care: Learn How To Grow Stonecrop Plants

Sedum (SEE-dum) commonly known as “Stonecrop” or “spreading Stonecrop”, is a flowering perennial succulent belonging to the Crassulaceae (krass-yoo-LAY-see-ee) family.There are over 400 different Sedum plant varieties. One sedum variety many know is the Donkey Tail (Sedum morganianum).These easy-care, low-water plants are rock gardens favorites found in the Northern Hemisphere, but some members are native to South America and Africa.
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How To Grow and Care For Sedum Angelina

Sedum Angelina (SEE-dum an-ju-LEE-na) is an evergreen, perennial, mat forming succulent native to the mountainous areas of Western and Central Europe.This member of the Crassulaceae family is also called Sedum rupestre, Rocky Stonecrop or simply Stonecrop. This is a reference to the fact that all types of Sedum tend to grow naturally in stony, rocky settings.
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