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Sedum Furfuraceum

Sedum Furfuraceum

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  • Sedum furfuraceum is a charming species of succulent native to Mexico. It is characterized by its compact growth habit and dense clusters of cylindrical, blue-green leaves that often take on a powdery or farinose texture. This sedum produces delicate, star-shaped yellow flowers in late spring or early summer, adding a splash of color to its foliage. It is valued for its drought tolerance and suitability for rock gardens, containers, and ground cover.
  • Water Needs: Low; drought-tolerant once established. Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.
  • Light Requirement: Prefers full sun to partial shade. Can tolerate some shade but may become leggy in low-light conditions.
  • Maintenance:Low; minimal pruning required. Remove dead or withered leaves as needed to maintain plant health and aesthetics. Propagate through stem or leaf cuttings.
  • Common Names: Sedum furfuraceum.
  • Family: Crassulaceae.
  • Origin: Native to Mexico.
  • Cold Tolerance: Moderately frost-tolerant; protect from prolonged exposure to freezing temperatures.
  • Heat Tolerance: Tolerates heat well and thrives in warm to hot conditions.


  • Size: 10cm Height x 7cm Width.
  • Kofini Collection translates the iconic Greek straw basket into captivating ceramics.
  • Fired up to 1200°C
  • Glazed in the interior, to keep the roots safe and secure.
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