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A picture of a Mexican Sedum

Mexican Sedum

Sedum stahlii

Also known as

Coral Bells

Sedum stahlii (5739332160) by Amante Darmanin (CC BY 2.0)

Full Sun
Light watering

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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Mexican Sedum Overview

Sedum stahlii is an evergreen, perennial succulent plant from the Crassulaceae family. Commonly known by the names Mexican Sedum or Coral Bells. This plant forms attractive rosettes of fleshy, egg-shaped leaves, colour ranges from green to bright red, dependent on the sunlight received. It has a mat-forming habit, easily covering areas up to 30cm across. The leaves fall away easily and root readily. Flowers are coloured yellow and star-shaped.

How to propagate Mexican Sedum

Cuttings

Special features of Mexican Sedum

Attractive leaves

Ground cover