6" HANGING BASKET, VARIEGATED SEDUM
A large genus of succulents, there are around 450 species of Sedum. Named for the Latin word “sedeo” meaning “to sit”, in nature these plants can be found growing (or “sitting”) in and across cracks and crevices of rock formations. The leaves of this variety grow in lovely little bursts of green and light yellow! When given access to adequate sunlight, Sedum are beloved for their relative ease of care.
LOCATION AND LIGHT:
Like the vast majority of succulents, Sedum grow their best in BRIGHT DIRECT LIGHT, but will also survive in BRIGHT INDIRECT LIGHT. South-facing or West-facing windows make ideal homes for these water-retaining plants, which will not tolerate low light conditions.
Like cacti, succulents thrive in dry, gritty soil. They’re sustained largely through the water retained by their leaves, and thus need less frequent water than many other plants. Succulents are sensitive to root rot and will not tolerate excess moisture, so allow all soil in the pot to dry out completely between waterings.
Plants and pots sold separately!