Sedum Treleasei Profile: Succulent Care & Growing Guide

Written by Maggie

Nov 08 2021

Sedum Treleasei Profile: Succulent Care & Growing Guide

Sedum Treleasei belongs to the cultivation of horticultural leaves more than eight thousand generations to be large, light green leaves perennial tender. Sedum Treleasei has stems that are not too thick but can form woody stems that grow in groups over time.

Sedum Treleasei Picture

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Characteristics of Sedum Treleasei

Sedum Treleasei is a succulent plant of the genus Sedum in the Chrysanthemum family.

Sedum Treleasei Leaf

The leaves of Sedum Treleasei are oval-shaped and powdery, with smooth surface, very round and convex back, and obviously swollen tail. The leaves grow around the branches, and the leaves at the growth point of the top are arranged in a compact way, which looks very cute. The branches can grow continuously upward, and side buds are easy to sprout at the lower part of the stem to form branches. The delicate leaves of sedum treleasei gather together in the center of the leaves, which gives people a feeling of wanting to take care of them, especially the water droplets in the center of the leaves, which is just like a Sedum Tleasei.

Sedum Treleasei Flowers

Sedum Treleasei blooms with clusters of small, bell-shaped yellow flowers in late spring or fall. Sedum Treleasei also has a subtle fruity aroma, like the creamy lily. Sometimes they would come out in large clusters that didn't fit her size.

Natural Habits of Sedum Treleasei

Sedum Treleasei is a succulent plant that is dormant in summer but does not have an obvious dormant period. It grows rapidly and likes light. Under sufficient light, the leaves of Sedum Treleasei will be arranged in a more compact manner, with more white powder on the leaves.In the case of insufficient light, the leaves will appear more loosely arranged, more slender leaves.

How to Grow and Care for Sedum Treleasei

Sedum Treleasei, which has been growing for many years, tends to form clusters of old piles. Because the stems are stronger, Sedum Treleasei does not hang down like a jade cluster.

Sedum Treleasei Watering

Sedum Treleasei has enough water in its leaves to make it more resistant to drought, and can even wait until the leaves are slightly dry if you can't follow the rhythm of watering. At ordinary times, you can wait until the soil is close to dry and then pour water thoroughly. The number and amount of watering should be reduced in summer, as too much watering may cause the leaves to fall. Soil with good air permeability and drainage can be selected, such as peat soil, granular soil 1:1 ratio configuration.

Sedum Treleasei Light Requirements

Full sun, except for a decent shade in the middle of summer, gives Sedum Treleasei compact plant shapes and attractive leaves.

Sedum Treleasei Slow Seedlings

Sedum Treleasei can be planted in moist soil during the seedling period (the humidity feels like a dry towel, the drier the better), then placed in a bright and ventilated place for 1-2 weeks, and then gradually increased light, normally, a small amount of water a week, let the water slowly seepage can be, do not need to be watered thoroughly)

Sedum Treleasei Care in Summer & Winter

When the summer temperature is 30℃, there shade should be appropriate, strengthen ventilation, moderate watering, to prevent falling leaves. Winter temperature is lower than 5℃, should control watering, if again low, you should move into the indoor winter, try to choose the indoor sun.

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Sedum Treleasei Propagation

The propagation of Sedum Treleasei can be done through shoot insertion or leaf insertion. The propagation of Sedum Treleasei can be done by breaking off the buds from the base during the growing season and drying them for a few days until the wound is dry. The cuttings are inserted into the red jade soil. Note that Sedum Treleasei has a very low natural budding rate and can behead healthy plants during the growing season. The method is to use a sharp knife to cut the upper part of the plant, about the retention of the base 3 leaves, the wound daub carbendazil or sulfur powder, in order to prevent decay, the upper half of the air for a week, to be cut after the wound dry, the lower part is left in the original pot, and will grow some buds, and so on its slightly larger after cutting for cutting. There are also enthusiasts with complete, full leaf cuttings breeding, but the success rate is not high. Seeds can also be obtained by artificial pollination. When the seeds mature, they will be picked and sown, but the variability of the sown seedlings is large, so attention should be paid to selecting the seedlings with good quality.

Distribution of Sedum Treleasei

Sedum Treleasei is distributed in Mexico.

Sedum Treleasei Uses

The leaves of Sedum Treleasei are bright green all year round and can be used in courtyards, windowsills, balconies, gardens, etc.

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