Plant Size : 2 Inch To 4 Inch plant
Water : Water once in a week if its winter or rainy season. In summer water thrice a week.
Sedum Angelina is a succulent plant that belongs to the Sedum genus. It is native to Texas and Mexico and is known for its yellow-green foliage that takes on a orange-red hue in full sun.
Care for Sedum Angelina is relatively easy and it is a drought-tolerant plant that can adapt well to a variety of growing conditions.
Light: Sedum Angelina prefers full sun to partial shade. It can tolerate lower light conditions, but the foliage color will be less vibrant.
Water: Sedum Angelina is drought tolerant and only needs to be watered occasionally, when the soil is completely dry. It can handle a little over watering, but its roots will rot if the soil is consistently wet.
Temperature: Sedum Angelina can tolerate a wide range of temperatures, from hot summers to cold winters. It can even survive in temperatures as low as 20°F.
Humidity: Sedum Angelina is not particular about humidity. It can grow well in dry or humid conditions.
Soil: Sedum Angelina can grow in a variety of soils, but well-draining soil is preferred.
Fertilizer: Sedum Angelina does not require fertilization, but can benefit from occasional fertilization with a succulent fertilizer during the growing season.
Propagation: Sedum Angelina can be propagated by taking stem cuttings in the spring or summer and rooting them in a mixture of perlite and sand.
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