How to grow Sedum clavatum

Written by Maggie

Sep 18 2021

How to grow Sedum clavatum

In the cultivation of Sedum Clavatum, it is best to use leaved soil, cinder, and a mixture of garden and sandy soil.It is best to place the plants on the balcony during their growth and water them every 10 days. Water them thoroughly every time.Once a month, a thin dose of phosphorus and potassium fertilizer is sprayed, and fertilization stops when the temperature is above 35℃.

Sedum Clavatum

Sedum Clavatum cultivation method

1. Soil requirements

Sedum clavatum is adapted to grow in sandy soil that is well drained and soakable, so that the root system can drain better. When potted, leaf mould, cinder, garden and sandy soil can be used as culture soil. After that, the root system should be pruned and changed every 1-2 years in the spring to promote the normal growth of the root system.

2. Plenty of light

Sedum Clavatum flourishes in warm, sunny conditions. During the growth period, it is best to keep the plants indoors for maintenance to ensure adequate daily light exposure. But at noon in the summer time it should undertake shading treatment, or put in half shade place curing. When winter, try to put it in indoor sunny place can.

Sedum Clavatum

3. Suitable for watering

Sedum Clavatum is drought-tolerant and is prone to leaf decay if overwatered.It is best to water every 10 days during the growth period, mainly to spray water, each watering to a one-time pouring, not water. The temperature in autumn and winter gradually becomes low. Water the pot every 20 days and keep the soil dry.

4. Apply fertilizer rationally

Proper fertilization is one of the breeding methods and precautions of Sedum Clavatum. Do not use too much fertilizer during the growth period, especially nitrogen fertilizer, otherwise the plant will grow in vain and the leaves will not be red. Thin phosphorus and potash fertilizer can be sprayed once a month, the temperature above 35℃ or below 10℃ will stop fertilization, to avoid fertilizer damage.

Matters needing attention when breeding Sedum Clavatum

Sedum Clavatum is sensitive to changes in its environment. At the same time in the winter watering is mainly at noon, water and room temperature, and water should not be too cold, otherwise it will affect the normal growth of the root system.

Sedum Clavatum