Spanish Sedums


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This one with golden chartreuse foliage is “Aureum”

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This stonecrop with bluish purple foliage is “Purpureum”

Both are Sedum hispanicum, Spanish Stonecrop, from Spain. From the rocky slopes of the Spanish Steppes. Does Spain have Steppes? Or is that Poland and Argentina that have Steppes?

Sometimes I’m just BSing you here on the Cactus Blog. But not about the part of these Sedums being Spanish. They are. Cold hardy too. Can handle sun or shade, but will look best with a little direct sun and a lot of indirect sun. Can handle a bit more water than other succulents.


    
    
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