What is the plant
Sedum commonly known as “Stonecrop” is a flowering perennial succulent belonging to the Crassulaceae family. There are over 400 different Sedum varieties. These are found in the Northern Hemisphere, but some are native to South America and Africa.
This species grows up to 20 cm tall and has small star-shaped white flowers. Native to Mexico, Sedum nussbaumerianum, also known by its common names Coppertone Stonecrop, Nussbaumer’s Sedum, and Golden Sedum are low growing perennial with pretty rosettes. The leaves are plump and long, with colors ranging from light yellowish-green in the shade to coppery-orange in full sun. The stems tend to sprawl out and spill out of the pot when mature. They produce round clusters of white flowers that are lightly fragrant. These plants are drought and heat tolerant. These plants are easy to grow and propagate.
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