Sedum pachyclados


Sedum pachyclados is  interesting species that is also known as Rhodiola paychyclados. It forms low growing hummocks of tiny glaucous, blue-green rosettes that bear attractive, large white flowers. It is slow growing and tends to creep around and among rocks in the rock garden. From mountainous regions of Afghanistan. Grow in sun in well-drained neutral to slightly acidic soil.  Hardy to -30 degrees F. Crassulaceae

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