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Sedum is a part of the Crassulaceae family and contains many varieties, they can be found all over the world, but succulent varieties are often found in warmer climesofsunny Mexico.

Many sedums flower with five petals in a star shape but areoften grown in cultivation for their different forms. Whilst succulent Sedums are generally low growing and often trailing you can seemore upright varieties like the bright yellow/orange long leaved Sedum adolphii. Popular trailing Sedums with their shades of green tails are Sedum morganium – Donkey Tail, andSedum ‘Burrito’ - Baby Donkey Tail, both these plants look a picture with their small red flowers in spring.More often Sedum flowers are yellow stars and look most impactful on Sedum pachyphyllum commonly known as “The Jellybean Plant”. Visit our care page for tips to make sure you give your plant what it needs. Planting a summer succulent bowl is a great way to mix and match your succulents and enjoy over the summer months. Click here for some ideas, tips and hints.

Sedum morganianu

Sedum 'Burrito'

The plant is known as "Baby Donkey Tail" and grows similarly to Sedum Morganianium…


Sedum adolphii

Sedum adolphii stands out from the crowd with its thick light green / orange foliage…


Sedum furfuraceum

This plant has very striking foliage.


Sedum hernandezii

The Sedum is small low growing plant that has small round green leaves with a crackly…


Sedum lucidum

Sedum lucidum has elongated stems that holds onto its foliage of glossy green round…


Sedum morganianum

This plant is commonly known as "Donkey Tail" as each of its stems fall in a tail of…


Sedum pachyphyllum

This plant can grow to 50cm tall in it natural habitat of Mexico, but here it also…


Sedum rubrotinctum

Commonly known as the "Jelly Bean Plant" this is likely to be a cross with sedum…


Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora'

This plant grows similarly to Sedum rubrotinctum to form a medium branching shrub, but…