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Sedum praealtum

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Plant Type: Small shrub
Aspect: Sun or part shade
Flower colour: Yellow
Flowering period: Winter
Growth form: Succulent
Size - height & spread : 60 x 60 cm
Water requirements (established plants): Natural rainfall
Native Distribution: Mexico

Shrubby Stonecrop. A great drought tolerant small shrub, it grows larger than most other Sedums. It will grow and thrive where other plants struggle. It can grow in full sun or part shade, with no additional water. Under stress of heat or cold the leaf edges will be coloured red. If it is grown in shady damper conditions it will stay bright green.

It is also a great choice for growing in containers as a specimen or mixed with other succulents. It will survive with only natural rainfall even in a container. Green rosettes of fleshy leaves with late winter bright yellow flowers, are great for many foraging insects.


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