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Mexican sedum profile

Written by Maggie

Feb 19 2021

Mexican sedum profile

Mexican sedum, scientific name  Sedum mexicanum, also called sedum stonecrop, is a small variety of succulent flowers. Stem of Mexican sedum is thin, easily long and steep. Leaves are ovate, alternate opposite, with fine hairs, green, in sufficient light and temperature differences, will become purple, or reddish brown, and some luster, appearance like small beads, or such as a large adame bean, miniature grapes. The red, round, oily, fleshy, fluffy lovely little leaves, left a deep impression on people.

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Mexican sedum

Mexican sedum characteristics

Mexican Sedum (sedum stonecrop), a small variety of Succulent flowers. Stem is so thin, easily long and steep. Leaves are ovate, alternate opposite, with fine hairs, green, in sufficient light and temperature differences, will become purple, or reddish brown, and some luster, appearance like small beads, or such as a large adame bean, miniature grapes. The red, round, oily, fleshy, fluffy lovely little leaves left a deep impression on people, perhaps becoming the key words to identify it. mexican sedum (sedum stonecrop) growth is relatively rapid, easy to branch out, form a group. Mexican sedum flowering period is in autumn, longer pedicels, florets white, clusters of open.

Mexican sedum habits

Mexican sedum (sedum stonecrop), a winter species, is briefly dormant in summer. Mexican sedum is more suitable for outdoor planting, in order to bask in the sun, in addition to the summer high temperature needing half shade maintenance, the rest of the time is all sunshine. Winter off water, Mexican sedum can withstand the low temperature of minus 5 degrees Celsius. Considering that at about 12 degrees Celsius, Mexican sedum can continue to grow, winter in indoor air conditioning room maintenance, can be appropriate to add some water (trace), in order to keep the basin soil moist. The medium can choose special soil for succulents. 

 Mexican sedum

Mexican sedum growing methods

Mexican sedum (sedum stonecrop), a winter species, is briefly dormant in summer. Mexican sedum is more suitable for outdoor planting, in order to bask in the sun, in addition to the summer high temperature needing half shade maintenance, the rest of the time is all sunshine. Winter off water, Mexican sedum can withstand the low temperature of minus 5 degrees Celsius. Considering that at about 12 degrees Celsius, winter can continue to grow, in indoor air conditioning room maintenance, it can be appropriate to add some water (trace), in order to keep the basin soil moist. The medium can choose special soil for meat.

Mexican sedum propagation methods

There is a short dormancy in summer. Mexican sedum (sedum stonecrop) is more suitable for outdoor planting, in order to bask in the sun, in addition to the summer high temperature needing half shade maintenance, the rest of the time is all sunshine. Winter off water, Mexican sedum can withstand the low temperature of minus 5 degrees Celsius. Considering that at about 12 degrees Celsius, Mexican sedum (sedum stonecrop) can continue to grow, winter in indoor air conditioning room maintenance, and can be appropriate to add some water (trace), in order to keep the basin soil moist. The medium can choose special soil for meat. The main propagation method was leaf insertion.

Mexican sedum