Written by Maggie
Nov 30 2020
XSedeveria Harry Butterfield is a succulent of the Sepulchral family, a cross-genus hybrid of sepulchral and Stonemason genera. XSedeveria Harry Butterfield has no obvious dormant period. The young plants are relatively short, and the older perennial plants will form a hanging shape, ideal for family potted plants.This species was first bred in California, USA.
XSedeveria harry butterfield is sedum alfredii, with no obvious dormant period. XSedeveria Harry Butterfield blooms in an unusual way, initially protected by green leaves that open only to reveal their bract, the yellow flowers that bloom in spring and summer.Sedum alfredo is a genus of about 600 species, distributed in the north temperate zone and tropical high mountains, about 140 species in China, produced in the north and south, mostly in the southwest mountains, mainly for ornamental use. It is herbs or subshrubs. Leaves str alternate, sometimes small and imbricate. Flowers are arranged in terminal cymes, often on one side of a branch. Calyx has 4-5-lobed. XSedeveria Harry Butterfield has 4-5 petals, detached or basically connate. Stamens are as many as or twice as many as petals. It has 4-5 carpels, free, sometimes base connate, ovules many. The fruit is a follicle.
XSedeveria Harry Butterfield is suitable for family plants.
Temperature: XSedeveria Harry Butterfield generally grows at a temperature of 18-25 degrees, with no less than 5 degrees in winter;
Water: according to the principle of dry and fully watered (very drought tolerant, as little as possible);Water 1 ~ 2 times a month, not too much, otherwise the root will rot;
Soil: it is most convenient to use meaty special soil, such as peat (peat) + gravel + perlite;
Light: XSedeveria Harry Butterfield loves light and can get full sun, usually shaded in summer;
Fertilize: Usually once a month during the growing season of XSedeveria Harry Butterfield, thin fertilizer is applied frequently and can be added with water.