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Sedum aizoon

 
Sedum aizoon
Synonym(s) Sedum maximowiczii; Sedum ellacombeanum; Phedimus aizoon
Common name stonecrop
Family crassulaceae
Life cycle perennial (Z4-9)
Flowers yellow (summer)
Size 12"
Light full sun
Cultural notes well-drained garden soil
From seed germinates at room temperature, with exposure to light
detailed seed-starting info below
Seed ripenslate September

Medium-sized sedum: its flowers have the yellow color and form of S. kamtschaticum, but are considerably larger, which allows them to show off their burgundy stems. They are not as tall or upright as the Autumn Joy types, though. Looks good leaning over the edge of our rock-edge raised bed.
This may be the same thing as S. ellacombianum, for which I traded seed independently. In my second year of trying, I just managed to germinate some, so I'll be able to judge any similarities/differences soon.

stonecrop

In our garden, this plant grows in the following areas: side garden, driveway bed, rock garden, Max's garden, front perennial border

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Seed-starting details for this plant

  1. Seed from HPS/MAG exchange '03/'04. Baggy 70F with light (50%G, 6-9d)
  2. Seed from '06 garden. Baggy 70F with light (35%G, 6-12d)
    Seed for Sedum ellacombianum from '05 trade. Sowed to surface of pot set under lights inside; moderate germination, starting 16d.
  3. Seed from '06 garden. Baggy 70F with light (100%G, 6-11d)
  4. Seed from '06 garden. Baggy 70F with light (1 out of many G, 12d)


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