Sedum furfuraceum, Bonsai Sedum10 Seeds, succulent seeds
Sedum furfuraceum, Bonsai Sedum10 Seeds, succulent seeds Click image to enlarge
Description Sedum furfuraceum is a low growing, branching succulent up to 4 inches (10 cm) tall and spreading up to 1 foot (30 cm) wide. In bright light leaves are often turning purple- reddish
Succulents are very popular and growing them can be very addictive. They can be planted just about anywhere. Sedum make themselves at home, for example, in the cracks of a garden wall or walkway, on roofs or the tops of gently sloping birdhouses, or even under massive trees where enormous roots monopolize most of the soil's moisture. They also perform well in rock gardens, borders, and containers. They are also perfect for that part of your yard that gets too much sun or too little water to grow anything else. They look stunning planted alone or as companions to other succulents or leafy plants. The colours and shapes and sizes of succulents seems almost endless. It is easy to make awesome com-positions that will catch the eye. They're low maintenance, drought-tolerant so when you germinate them they will require little care Sowing: Fill a pot or seed tray with seed starting mix. Firm the mix and water until it starts to drain out from bottom. Spread seeds over the soil mix, 1 inch apart to each other and cover them with a thin layer of soil mix again. Cover the pot or tray with transparent plastic wrap to ensure consistent humidity, good temperature and to avoid rapid dryness of the growing medium. The plastic wrap must be removed every day for air circulation.
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