Took clipping from our neighbor last year and now have tons of it. Seem like a thinner succulent, will grow in shade or sun
Drought Smart Plants reply: Hi Cari, this looks very similar to some of the border Sedum, or Stonecrop. If it grows from a central crown, and makes several tall stalks with a big cluster of bloom on top, this could be it. There are some that have pale pink flowers, but I wasn’t aware that there were any white ones.
The Sedum spectabile/telephium group are interesting plants, not least of which, to butterflies. Many Monarch butterflies will flock to them in bloom.
You can see more about these plants here: Sedum for borders.
Happy Succulent Gardening!
Comments for thin green small white flower when mature in summer
Apr 18, 2012
I forgot to add in my description that the stalks are quite tall. I would say my tallest stalk is about 6 or more inches. Is that still sedum? They have only bloomed once and that was last year, I seem to remember that they were white but they could have been more light yellow. Will send you a pic when it blooms this year.
Cariana, the stems on the ones in the link I sent you are taller – these can be upwards of a foot, sometimes less depending on the species.
I’ll await your picture – generally, Sedum doesn’t have yellow flowers, more in the pink/salmon/red shades. However, nothing more I can suggest until I see it,
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