Category Sedum

Sedum Spurium Care: Learn To Grow And Use The Two-Row Stonecrop
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Sedum Spurium Care: Learn To Grow And Use The Two-Row Stonecrop

Sedum spurium (SEE-dum SPUR-ee-um) belongs to the family Crassulaceae and is among the 600 species in the genus Sedum.This particular sedum is an herbaceous perennial succulent commonly used as ground cover and can bring life to any garden.It is known as Two-Row Stonecrop because of the growth habit it has in growing in two rows along the stem.

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Sedum Spurium Care: Learn To Grow And Use The Two-Row Stonecrop

Sedum spurium (SEE-dum SPUR-ee-um) belongs to the family Crassulaceae and is among the 600 species in the genus Sedum.This particular sedum is an herbaceous perennial succulent commonly used as ground cover and can bring life to any garden.It is known as Two-Row Stonecrop because of the growth habit it has in growing in two rows along the stem.
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Growing Sedum Dasyphyllum: Learn Corsican Stonecrop Succulent Care

Sedum Dasyphyllum SEE-dum Das-ee-FIL-um is a groundcover sedum plant, which is ideal for dry, hot situations.This plant belongs to the family Crassulaceae.It creates carpeting of powdery bluish-green, tiny round leaves, which later sprouts star-shaped flowers.The color of this plant changes to a purple hue during the winter.
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Sedum Spathulifolium Care: Growing The Easy Going Broadleaf Stonecrop

Sedum spathulifolium (see-DUM spath-yoo-lif-FOH-lee-um) is an evergreen succulent that belongs to the genus Sedum in the family Crassulaceae.It is native to the regions of British Columbia and California.The botanical name ‘spathulifolium’ refers to the spade-like shape of the plant’s leaves.Common names for ‘spathulifolium’ include:Broadleaf StonecropColorado StonecropSpoon-Leaved StonecropPacific StonecropCape Blanco StonecropThe broadleaf stonecrop sometimes called – Gormania spathulifolia – is a popular choice for beginner gardeners because it is quite easy to grow and doesn’t mind a bit of neglect -.
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Sedum Autumn Fire [Autumn Fire Stonecrop] Growing And Care

Sedum “Autumn Fire” is a succulent belonging to the sedum genus of flowering plants.These plants are part of the Crassulaceae family, also known as the stonecrop family.Sedum plants are native to Europe and found throughout the world.They’ve become popular houseplants, thanks to their compact shape and showy flowers.
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Growing Sedum Kamtschaticum: Caring For The Russian Stonecrop

Sedum Kamtschaticum SEE-dum kam-SHAY-ti-kum is a dense perennial sedum plant from the family Crassulaceae.The common name for the plants is the Russian Stonecrop.The botanical name means of or from the Kamchatka peninsula region of Russia.This stonecrop is naturally found in the Kamchatka Peninsula, is native to Northern China and the coast of Siberia.
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Growing Sedum Ternatum: Caring For Woodland Stonecrop

Sedum ternatum SEE-dum, ter-NAY-tum is an herbaceous perennial and native plant in North America, it is found in the United States in Arkansas, Georgia, Missouri, and Iowa.The native ternatum sedum is also found down south in the Appalachian Mountains, near the Canada-US border in the north, and throughout the eastern United States.
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Sedum Matrona Info: How To Grow Matrona Tail Stonecrop

Sedum Matrona SEE-dum, ma-TRO-na is a lesser-known version of a large genus, sedum, which belongs to the family Crassulaceae.The members of the Sedum plant family are known as “stonecrops”.Sedum matron is native to the northern hemisphere and southern hemisphere in Africa and South America.The succulent plant is known by the following common names:Autumn stonecropMatrona stonecropShowystonecropMatrona is also known by the botanical name:Sedum telephiumSedum telephium ‘matrona’Sedum Matrona CareSize & GrowthUnder ideal conditions, the showy matrona sedum grows up to 20″ inches tall and 24″ inches wide.
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Tips On Blue Pearl Sedum Care

Blue Pearl Sedum (SEE-dum) is a Sedum hybrid developed by Chris Hansen, a plant breeder fascinated with these ultra-hardy perennials.This perennial succulent belongs to the sedum or stonecrop family.It is sometimes called Sedum Blue Pearl.The patented cultivar is called SunSparkler® Blue Pearl Sedum.
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Sedum Divergens Care: Old Man’s Bones Stonecrop Growing Tips

Sedum divergens SEE-dum dye-VER-genz is a creeping, low growing flowering plant belonging to the family Crassulaceae.Sedums are commonly called as stonecrop.Divergens is known by the common names:“Old Man’s Bones” because the brittle stems break almost at a touch.Cascade stonecropPacific stonecropThis creeping variety is one of the many stonecrop (Sedum) plants which makes an excellent ground cover, does well in hot, dry, full sun locations, and poor soil.
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