Unknown Succulent

by Andi

It has fleshy, somewhat pointed leaves. Light, bright green.

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Aug 21, 2014
Sedum nussbaumerianum
by: Jacki

This is one of the plants produced by the millions for sale in box stores, because it's cute, stays quite compact and small, and is very well behaved.

Many tender Sedum fit this criteria, and are used for fillers for large containers, as well as in single planters. I like the texture of the growth.

Yours is a little unusual; the more common Sedum nussbaumerianum is the variety called 'Coppertone', which is a lovely bronzy color.

For care, these will be happiest in bright light, with little water. That is the most often caused problem; too much water which rots the stems and leaves, so please do be cruel to it.

You can see more about Nussbaumers Sedum on Daves Garden Website.

Oct 27, 2014
It's beautiful
by: Andre D. Manzay

Where did you get it from, it's a pretty plant I love that color. I found one in a walmart the other day that's colored like that, but the only difference is it has really bright green tips on the ends. I have been looking for on line and I can't find it anywhere. I'm going to post a picture of it soon. Be looking for it.

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