Sedum burritoUpdated a year ago
- Vigorous trailing variety that can grow stems up to 3ʹ long covered with bean-like leaves
- Naturally occurring species from Mexico, well-loved in cultivation but, as yet, undiscovered in the wild
- Quick to propagate from stem cuttings or leaves (an advantage, since its leaves fall off easily)
- Tolerates drought, full sun, and neglect, needing only great drainage and protection from frost
Hardy to 30°F (Zone 10)
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