Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Sedum multiceps

Winter growth

 This is an attractive, small, branching sedum.  Leaves grow at the ends of the branches, giving it a "tree-like" appearance.  Some say it looks like a miniature yucca, especially with the dead leaves accumulating under the new growth.  This is a winter grower, but can be watered occasionally in summer.   One of my favorite sedums!


Same plant in summer

7 comments:

  1. Interesting little thing. Little pine tree.

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    1. I think it looks more like a pine than a yucca too! ;-)

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  2. Very cool looking plant. I like Sedums. Thanks. :)

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  3. Love that little sedum, reminds me of a bonsai

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  4. Thanks Nicole! I agree, very Bonsai looking!

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