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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.
A popular plant that trails long branches of green tightly packed leaves.Buy Now
Light green/orange thick leaves along branching stems that come up before trailing.Buy Now
Compact blue/grey rosettes on stems. Freely offsets.Buy Now
The small low growing plant has striking foliage with a crackled appearance.Buy Now
Cracked green leaved Sedum that branches to form a small shrubBuy Now
A sedum with round leaves and coral tips that branches to form a...Buy Now
A favourite Sedum "Donkey Tail" freely branches to fill a pot of trailing stems.Buy Now
Pretty upright Sedum that branches to form an upright shrub with yellow flowers.Buy Now
x with sedum pachyphyllum this striking plant has red round leaves on a upright...Buy Now
Sedum rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’£5.00
A variegated version of Sedum rubrotinctum that turns pink in good light.Buy Now