• Sedum Clavatum Natural Decor Centre Marbella Viveros González
  • Sedum Clavatum Natural Decor Centre Marbella Viveros González
Sedum Clavatum Natural Decor Centre Marbella Viveros González

Sedum Clavatum. C27

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Sedum clavatum is a succulent plant native to Mexico, common on cliffs and rocky areas along the Tiscalatengo River.

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Sedum clavatum is a succulent plant native to Mexico, common on cliffs and rocky areas along the Tiscalatengo River.

Its small leaves are very fleshy and form rosettes on small, slightly flexible stems. These leaves are pale green and turn reddish in the sun.

Sedum clavatum is a small plant that does not exceed 10 centimetres in height.

It usually flowers in spring and early summer, producing small white star-shaped flowers.

Succulents belonging to the Sedum family tolerate a wide range of conditions and are therefore ideal for all types of locations: garden, indoor, terrace...

They are plants that tolerate hot, dry climates well, even short periods of frost and temperatures below freezing.

The most common problem is humidity. It is important to use a well-drained substrate to prevent the plant from rotting.

Watering should be abundant but infrequent. The substrate should be completely dry before watering again. In winter limit watering to a minimum.

Avoid getting leaves, stems and flowers wet when watering.

The substrate needs good drainage to avoid dampness.

It is a plant that needs many hours of light. It is better to place it in semi-shade than in direct sunlight.

Plants belonging to the Sedum family reproduce well naturally. Each "mother" plant gives rise to "daughters" around it called offshoots.

If we detach one of these offspring, we can replant it in another pot. The new plant will become a "mother" and will generate more plants.

We can also reproduce by cutting off the base of a leaf or stem just below a rosette.

After cutting the leaf or stem, let it dry until a callus forms in the area of the cut. This avoids excess moisture in the first few weeks.

Once the callus has formed, we can plant in the recommended substrate and water lightly. Water again only when the substrate is dry.

It is advisable to make these transplants in spring, the time of greatest activity of the plant.

15048

Sedum clavatum is a succulent plant native to Mexico, common on cliffs and rocky areas along the Tiscalatengo River.

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