Written by Maggie
Mar 23 2021
Sedum versadense is a succulent plant that usually blooms in the autumn. How to grow and care for Sedum versadense? Please look down together.
Sedum versadense is not highly resistant to heat or cold, growing normally at temperatures between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius. When we grow and care for Sedum versadense, the temperature in the summer should be kept below 30 degrees, and the temperature in the winter should not be too low, otherwise you will get frostbite and you will not grow normally next year.
Sedum versadense is very drought-tolerant, so don't water it too often while it's growing, if you water too much it can rot the roots. When we grow and care for Sedum versadense, do not have water in the basin when watering each time, wait until the soil thoroughly dry and then watering, watering once in 20 days.
Warm and enough light to make it have a better growth. Its color is more pink and lovely if it is in good light, and it needs about four hours of light a day to grow properly. When we grow and care for Sedum versadense, summer bright light needs to be avoided, winter can receive normal light.
Sedum versadense does not need fertilization, and it can grow very well without fertilization. When we grow and care for sedum versadense, if you want to fertilize it, it is best to choose Succulent fertilizer and not to fertilize it.
Sedum Versasense is small and doesn't need much trimming. When we grow and care for Sedum versadense, just trim off yellow leaves or old branches. Over-pruning makes it hard to recover.
Disease: Anthrax causes the leaves and branches of the plant to turn yellow and wilt, which can be controlled by spraying wetted powder.
Insect pests: aphids will appear. When we grow and care for Sedum versadense, we can use pesticides or dilute insecticides to spray.