Category: Sedum

Tennessee Wildflower

by Wendy K(Baxter, TN) I have found four or five of these most unusual plants on our property, growing wild on a creek bank in Tennessee. They appear to be succulents, stems are about 8 inches, with the star-shaped flower head...

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Unknown Vancouver Sedum

Unknown Vancouver Sedum Drought Smart Plants reply:This is some type of Sedum spathufolium, which is a native to British Columbia and other areas on the west coast, where it grows well on really thin soil on rocky bluffs around...

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unidenitfied pinkish leafy succlent plant

by Les(Michigan ) About the size of a quater, pinkish tinted leaves. growing zone 6, growing it indoors. its a succulent drought resistant plant. not sure of the name of what it is. Hi Les, this is one of the toughest and most...

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reminds me of a cat tail

by Emma(California) It’s green and has these thorn looking leaves sprouting upwards and it curls like a cats tail, do you know what it is? Drought Smart Plants reply: Hi Emma, I’m glad you reposted this as there was...

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Sedum pachyclados ‘White Diamond’

Little Rosette Forming Stonecrop For a long time, I wasn’t even sure that this plant was a Sedum. It has pale blue green rosettes of foliage, shyly blooming in mid summer with white flowers. I use it extensively in containers...

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New Sedum

Stonecrops that pass the grueling testof my xeric garden As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Other links on this site may lead to other companies that I’m associated with. These varieties and species...

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