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Sedum reflexum profile

Written by Maggie

Dec 07 2020

Sedum reflexum profile

Sedum Reflexum is a succulent (pulpy) plant of the genus Sedum in the Sedum family that's ideal for yard work.

Sedum Reflexum is a perennial herb, perennial blue-green, and very easy to grow. Leaves are intercycled, prone to small lateral buds, and able to grow into large clusters. Over time, Sedum Reflexum has branches that can't support strong branches, and generally crawls, clusters of flowers, yellow flowers, and cross-pollination.

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Sedum Reflexum

1. Morphological characteristics of Sedum Reflexum

Sedum Reflexum is a perennial herbaceous plant with pointed, "rod-shaped", air-rooted, white-waxy, gray-blue leaves that have a hazy beauty, a cloud-like arrangement on branchlets, and many bifurcations.It is a small upright Succulent like a pinus bungeana (Pinus bungeana), but not as robust as a pinus bungeana, both belonging to the same family.It is perfect for a yard.

2.Growth habits of Sedum Reflexum

Sedum Reflexum is light-loving, semi-shade tolerant, drought-tolerant, and as resistant to waterlogging as succulent plants.It’s cold resistant, open to winter, more resistant to heat and humidity, summer is easier.

Sedum Reflexum likes cool dry and sunny environments, drought resistance, afraid of water, summer temperature in 27℃ above semi-dormancy state. In winter in the indoor overwintering, the lowest temperature of 5℃ above, under the condition of sufficient sunshine can continue to grow.

Summer is a dormant period, but the dormant period is very short, the growing season is spring and autumn. In winter it can tolerate low temperatures of minus 3 degrees Celsius.If the temperature is too low in winter, the growth will slow down and there will be less water. The sunshine in the growing period can be full sunshine. When the sunshine is strong, the plants will become short.

Sedum Reflexum

3. Reproduction methods of Sedum Reflexum

By cutting and beheading, Sedum Reflexum can be easy to survive.In the spring and autumn growing season, the sprigs with rich growth and development are broken off and placed into cuttings in the basin soil. The temperature of the soil is controlled. The roots are placed in a place with sufficient scattered light and become new plants in about 10 days.

The soil in Sedum Reflexum is dry and then watered. If the light is short and the shade is long, it tends to grow tall and leaves are not spaced closely enough.

Sedum Reflexum