Large long stemmed plant

by Valerie Frayer
(Charlottesville, Va)

This plant is 1-2 feet in diameter, with long stems radiating from the center.
Groups of three leaves cling to the stem at about 1" intervals. The leaves are slightly edged in red/pink. At first glance, the stems look like eucalyptus.

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Aug 12, 2017
by: Jacki

This gorgeous creature is Sedum seiboldii.

There's more about it on this page which is all about the variegated form, but the plain green/blue form is the same; Sedum seiboldii.

They do really look like Eucalyptus!

Oct 17, 2021
the correct name is Hylotelephium sieboldii
by: cereusly steve

The upright growing species formerly in Sedum with tuberous roots, white, pink or reddish flowers and stipitate carpels are all now correctly in the genus Hylotelephium.

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