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It makes an attractive, succulent plant for hanging baskets, is easily propagated from leaf cuttings or by stem cuttings.
An exceptional plant for the rock garden or trough. Forms a loose carpet with bluish-grey leaves heavily spotted purple. Stems are also purple. Purple Pink flowers. Sedum prefer well-drained soil with a pH close to neutral (7.0) and can thrive with only a modest level of nutrients.
Sedum mexicanum is composed of narrow soft fleshy light green "needles" on prostrate stems. In early summer, it is covered with large clusters of bright yellow flowers. Dry sun is not a favorite for it. It is slow spreading and makes a fabulous groundcover in the lightly shaded to part sun rock garden.
Small shrub 10cm tall; stems branching horizontally, yellowish-green leaves with red edges.
Makes great ground cover. White flowers. Easy care, prefers free draining soil. Is easily propagated from leaf cuttings or by stem cuttings. Drought-tolerant; suitable for xeriscaping.
Easy, fast growing succulent which takes on fantastic red coloration in ideal light as in the picture. It would love direct sunlight but would be able to cope in a very well lit filtered light environment. With more direct sunlight, this plant will gain a darker coloration. Will grow into a hanging plant if allowed. Water: Up to once a week in the warmer months and about every three weeks in the cooler months. Propagation: is easily propagated from leaf cuttings or by stem cuttings.