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Sedum morganianum

Common Name(s):
Burro's tail
Category:
Perennials
Comment:

Succulent plant producing trailing stems 24" long with trinagular shaped fleshy blue green leaves.  Leaves are quite delicate and will break off if manipulated.  Terminal pink or red flower clusters appear in the summer.  Attractive in a hanging planter so the trailing stems can be highlighted.  Needs high light indoors and should be watered regularly until winter when it should be watered infrequently.

Season:
summer
Flower Color:
red, pink
Hardiness:
41-45 degrees F
Propagation:
stem or leaf cuttings
Origin:
Mexico, Honduras
Tags:
succulent, blue green leaves, hanging plant, easy to propagate, hanging basket

NCCES plant id: 2893

Sedum morganianum Sedum morganianum
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Sedum morganianum Sedum morganianum
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Sedum morganianum bloom Sedum morganianum bloom
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