This branching succulent grows up to 4 inches tall and can spread up to a foot. It has egg shaped leaves that are dark green that are aligned in spiral tight rows. The coloring in bright light can look a reddish-purple. In early spring it sprouts pinkish white, star looking flowers that last about 10 days.
Zones: 9b to 11b
Sun exposure: full
Watering needs: light
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|Common Name||Bonsai Sedum|
|Frost Tolerance||23F (-5°C)|
|Growth Rate||slow growth|
|Scientific Name||Sedum furfuraceum|
|Shape||Clumping / Mounding|
|Sun Exposure||full sun|
Super healthy, high quality plant. Nothing fancy, but it's a great specimen.