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Sedum pachiphyllum


By Lynn2

Sedum pachiphyllum (Sedum pachiphyllum)

Sedum pachiphyllum

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Oh lovely Lynn....I have a little one of these, about 5" sister gave it to me when it was minute...Delighted to know its name..Lynn, is it a tender Sedum...I have kept mine indoors...:>)

18 Jun, 2012


Yes it's a tender Sedum. I think that most succulents tend to be tender, being full of fluids that can freeze and cause tissue damage to the plant in the winter. Luckily this particular one is easy to propagate by cuttings or a single leaf will completely reproduce the plant genetically, as in cloning.

19 Jun, 2012

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