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Golden Sedum
Scientific Name: Sedum adolphii Raym.-Hamet
Synonym:
Family: Crassulaceae
Golden Sedum (Sedum  adolphii)
At Holly Gate Nursery
Recommended Temperature Zone:
USDA: 9a-11

Sun Exposure: Needs full sun to develop the golden color (visibly the one on the picture didn't have it)

Origin: Mexico

Growth Habits: Quickly growing sprawling succulent shrub, around 8 inches tall (20 cm), leaves 1.4 inches long (3.5 cm)

Watering Needs: Needs good drainage

Propagation:


Also spelled adolphi (in the Index Kewensis for instance), it is a useful plant as ground cover or in baskets.

Blooming Habits:
White flowers in summer

Fruiting Habits:

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