Sedum are fast growing, easy, fun succulents that typically fill in and cascade in your succulent planter. Some sedums are also hardy in PA so you can use them in your garden too!
Sedum care -
Location- If indoors place plant in a bright sunny location. If out doors place in a location with just a little protection from direct, hot, afternoon sunshine in the summer. Make sure to protect from heavy rain outdoors.
Container- It is best to plant in a container with drainage and to use a well drained potting media, such as our Miller Plant Farm Potting Mix or Organic Mechanics Cacti and Succulent Blend.
Watering- Sedum require infrequent watering. Water when the soil is dry. Don't allow to sit wet, allow soil to dry down between watering's.
Sedum m 'Ogon'- 3-5" tall, trailing habit. Yellow blooms in summer. One sedum that perfers some protection from afternoon sun. Native to Japan.
Sedum 'Fine Leaf Gold'- 2-3" tall, trailing habit. Yellow-Green Flowers. Hybrid in origin.
Sedum rubrotinctum - 7-8" tall with a upright, bushy habit. Hybrid in origin.
Sedum morganianum- 1-3" tall with trailing habit. Yellow flower in Summer. Native to Mexico.
Sedum a. 'Coral Carpet'- 3-6" tall and up to 9" wide with a trailing habit. White to pink flowers in Summer. Native to Europe, Asia, Africa.
Sedum p. ' Jelly Beans'- 12" tall and up to 36" wide. Trailing habit. Native to Mexico.
Sedum r.' Blue Spruce'- 3-5" tall with trailing habit. Yellow bloom in summer. Native to Europe.
Sedum l. 'Variegatum' 3-6" tall, slow clump forming and trailing habit. Yellow flower in summer. Native to Asia.