The Sedum Furfuraceum is a species of succulent from Mexico, known for its attractive egg-shaped foliage covered in scurfy whitish scales. It can be grown as a bonsai, and flourishes in full sun. Its leaves turn purple in strong light, adding to its chromatic beauty.
Water generously when soil is dry.
Fish emulsion, kelp solution, worm casting, shrimp compost.
Leaf or stem cuttings
Sept - April
Toxic to cats
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS
Insert cutting into the soil (1" - .5"). When soil is dry, water the plant sparingly. Roots should form in the following two weeks. Plants should be in bright shade during the rooting period. To avoid leaves from getting burnt, acclimatize the plant to outdoors or full sun.