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Sedum Sedum
Sedum Sedum
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The Tolstyankov family. Homeland Central America, South America, about. Madagascar. It is a magnificent succulent plant, with branching stems and numerous fleshy leaves. All sedum plants are easy to grow and reproduce.

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Sedum hintonii

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Sedum morganianum

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Sedum rubrotinctum

  • Sedum morganum Sedum morganianum - ampelous form with long hanging stems, reaching 60-100 cm in length and covered with small leaves of a gray-green color. This sedum is widespread as a houseplant and is very popular for its unusual appearance and unpretentiousness.
  • Weinberg sedum Sedum weinbergii - shoots are erect at first, with development they become creeping, the leaves form a loose star-shaped rosette. It grows quickly enough, while the stem is very bare from below, so regular renewal is required.
  • Sedum prealtum - unlike the previous species, is a shrub reaching a height of 50-60 cm and has long shiny leaves.
  • Sedum thick-leaved Sedum pachyphylium is also widespread, its stems are erect up to 25-30 cm in length, thick cylindrical leaves have a red tip. Usually, long stems cannot support the weight of thick leaves, and the plant needs support or the stems outweigh the edge of the pot.
  • Sedum rubrotinctum red-colored sedum is also widespread, very similar to the previous species. Its stems are erect, up to 25-30 cm in length, the leaves are thick, cylindrical, red is not the tip, but most of the leaf, especially in sunlight.
  • Siebold sedum Sedum sieboldii - also has an original appearance - on long stems there are leaves collected in three pieces together, the leaves are small, blue-green, and the middle of each leaf has a light creamy strip.
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Sedum adolphii

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Sedum sieboldii

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Sedum x amecamecanum

Stonecrop care

Temperature: In summer, the usual room temperature, if possible in the fresh air, on the balcony, with good ventilation. In winter, the period of rest in very cold, by household standards, conditions - optimally + 8-10 ° C, can be lower, up to + 2 + 3 ° C. Some species, like sedum Morgan, grow well in winter in normal household conditions, if they have enough light. But many are very stretched, bare from below and in the spring rejuvenation of the bushes is required.

Lighting: Sedum is a light-loving plant, it feels good both on the western and southern windows, and on the east, if nothing shades it, there is no shading from plants placed nearby. There may not be enough light on the north window.

Watering: In summer, sedum is watered sparingly - allowing the soil to dry well, slight wrinkling of the leaves is allowed. In winter, watering, depending on the temperature, if it is above 20 ° C, slightly more moderate than in summer, above 25 - quite abundant. Below 18-20 ° C - rare, after a good drying of the earth in a few days. If it is cold wintering, watering is very rare, about once a month.

Air humidity: Stonecrop does not need spraying. Only in the spring, with the onset of the growth period, the plant can be well sprayed to wash off the dust that has settled on it.

Transfer: Stonecrops usually have few roots and the pot should not be too large. The soil is a mixture of 1 part of sod land, 1 part of leaf and 1 part of river sand (sifted from dust), in addition, pieces of red brick or very fine gravel are added to the soil. Good drainage to the bottom of the pot (about 1-2 cm). The transplant is carried out annually or after 2 years. Transplanting some sedum plants, for example Sedum morganianum or Sedum adolphii, should be very careful. fragile leaves break off easily, and the exposed stem loses its decorative appeal.

Reproduction: Stem and leaf cuttings, in many stonecrops, leaves, falling off, easily root and give new shoots. If the stem is bare due to the fact that the leaves have broken off, then it is better to rejuvenate the plant - by cutting off the top of the stem or rosette and rooting it.

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