-About Sedum Adolphi Cuttings, Golden Sedum-
Sedum adolphi, commonly called 'Golden Sedum,' possesses distinct characteristics compared to Sedum Morganianum or Burro's tail. While Sedum morganianum exhibits trailing growth with small leaves, Sedum adolphi showcases thick, oblong leaves that gather loosely in golden rosettes. Under abundant sunlight, the leaf tips of Sedum adolphi take on a reddish hue. During the spring season, it produces clusters of petite, star-shaped white flowers.
-How to care for Sedum Adolphi Cuttings, Golden Sedum-
Sun/Temperature: Full sun to bright filtered sunlight allows Sedum adolphi to grow and gain the richest coloration. If Sedum Adolphi receives too little sunlight, it is prone to elongation, with elongated stems and leaves that also turn green. It loses its usual vibrancy and appears unattractive, giving a rather unsightly impression. But please note that this variety easily gets sunburned, so shade is required during summer for outdoor gardens. This Sedum is a fast-growing succulent. With proper trimming, you can get a beautiful succulent tree. This succulent prefers moderate to warm temperatures. It does well in temperatures between 65-75°F. Avoid exposing the cuttings to extreme cold or frost, as they are sensitive to freezing temperatures.
Watering/Soil: Sedum adolfii has typical watering needs for a succulent. Pick succulent pots with drainage holes and use well-draining succulent soil with 50% to 70% mineral gritty rock and 15% to 20% perlite. A thorough but infrequent watering routine will help Sedum adolphi maintain the best. You can use a Squeeze Watering Bottle to control the amount of water better. In the summertime, if there is frequent rainfall, it is advisable to protect the succulents, as excessive water accumulation can cause root rot. Providing shelter will help prevent waterlogging and maintain the health of the plants. Moreover, high temperatures and heavy rainfall can create a humid and hot environment, accelerating their demise. Therefore, ensuring proper ventilation is essential during the summer.
Propagation: Since it is a cutting product, you can plant it in the pot. You can propagate it through leaves or behead it when it grows roots and matures.
Primary color: yellow/golden red
Secondary color: orange/copper
Bloom color: white
Cold hardiness: zone 9a-11b(from 20F to 50F)
Product format: 5 cuttings (approx 2'' in length)
Suitability: balcony, Window, Garden
Propagation: stem cutting, leaf