Sedum hispanicum var. minus
Probably the cutest sedum we grow: a squishy mat of tiny succulent blue-green leaves. For some reason, our first attempt to grow it was unsuccessful, so I recently acquired a second plant.
|In winter the evergreen foliage takes on a purplish cast. This photo was taken in early April. |
|It grows in Houston too |
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|angie||Mar 24, 2010||I was wondering when it is okay to plant this in the soil. I live in Idaho and the weather can be a little harsh in the spring.|
I'd think it should be allright once the deepest freezes are behind you. Somehow we lost ours over this winter, not sure if it was cold or wet that did it in.
- Seed from NARGS '17/'18 exchange (not var. minus). Baggy 70F with light (~50%G, 4d)
- Same seed as above. Baggy 70F with light (~20%G, 6-9d)
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March 16, 2019