Help to identify succulents

by Bem H
(MN)

 1 Sedum spurium 'Tricolor'

1 Sedum spurium 'Tricolor'

 1 Sedum spurium 'Tricolor'
2 Echeveria species or variety
3 Sedum nussbauniamum 'Coppertone'
4 Sedum ogon 'Makinoi'

We bought these in a store but there was no information about them. We would like to know the names so that we may look up how to care for them

Hi Ben, these are all fairly easy carefree plants, so more good choices! You'll see that I've named them all in the captions, so you can look up more information about them.

The only one that I have a dedicated page for is the Sedum spurium 'Tricolor' - all the rest are tender succulents and won't withstand a frost, but the Tricolor Sedum is hardy and can survive quite cold conditions for the winter (Zone 4 USDA or so).

Hope that helps with your identification and figuring out how to grow all these happy and healthy plants.

Can't wait to see what you do with them! Don't forget to enter your container in the contest.

Jacki

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