Sedum clavatumUpdated 2 months ago
- Sweet, pastel rosette that can grow robust stems up to 8.0” long, which sprawl and spill out of pots
- Blue-green color shifts to pink with increased light and a thick coating of farina gives a matte, powdery finish
- Naturally occurring species native to the andesite cliffsides of Mexico’s Tiscalatengo River
- A striking feature in hanging baskets, particularly when gently stressed by direct sun and drought
Hardy to 30°F (Zone 10)
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