This succulent is famous for its frosty blue green leaves that is lightly tipped with shades of pink when exposed to bright light. The thick rosettes are perfect for placing on trailing stems and hanging baskets. The blooms are white in color.
Plant Type: Succulent
Size: 4 to 6”
Propagation: In general, Sedums thrive even with little care and attention. Propagate this plant using cuttings. You may also use seeds to grow the plant. If you are taking care of a shorter variety, laying the plant on the ground where you intend to grow it so it can eventually take root. If you are going for a taller variety, break off one stem and push this on the ground where you intend to raise it.
Growth Habit: Rosette
Light: Partial to full sunlight.
Water: This is highly resistant to drought spells but will need some occasional irrigation during the summer season. Water the succulent at least once a week during this season. To determine if it is already the right time to do this, poke the soil using your finger and check if the soil is still moist. If it is, just leave it as is and just come back to water it when the soil is completely dry.
Zone: 9 to 11
Temperature: This plant does not tolerate frost but can greatly withstand high levels of heat. Therefore, as soon as the winter season comes around, make sure to check on the plant. If possible, bring this outdoors to lessen the risks of moisture forming around the succulent.
Fertilizer: Fertilize this succulent using an organic liquid variety during the growth season. Do this during the start of spring time until the summer season. This will help boost the defense system of the plant.
Tips: Use this plant for wedding florals or delicate arrangements to add dainty texture and color.