Sedum clavatum is an evergreen succulent. It performs well in hanging baskets and makes an excellent ground cover due to its ability to spread and trail. This succulent can withstand dryness and thrives in rocky soil, making it a popular choice for rock gardens.
Sedum clavatum, commonly known as the Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum, is a succulent species native to Mexico.
Due to its low maintenance requirements and gorgeous leaves, this low-growing, mat-forming plant is a preferred option for terrariums and rock gardens. It works well as a potted indoor plant or an outdoor cactus garden.
The thick, fleshy, green leaves of this succulent are arranged in a fan-like manner. They are covered with white hair, and the very plant blooms with white star-shaped flowers in early summer.
Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum normally grows up to 0.3 feet (10cm) tall. Its stout, creeping stems terminate in rosettes up to 2 inches (5cm).