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Sedum confusum belongs to the largest genus of flowering shrubs. Commonly known as the stonecrops, these are leaf succulents which primarily grow in the northern hemisphere. They are widely cultivated because of their ornamental uses. They are also used for their edible leaves.
The Sedum confusum is famously known as the stonecrops. It hails from the Crassulaceae family.
The Sedum confusum is widely cultivated in the northern hemisphere. Cultivation also extends towards southern hemisphere towards South America and Africa.
It is widely cultivated to produce alluring leaves which are used for decorating homes and gardens. They are also used as for the preparations of Salads.
The Sedum Confusum is hardy, easy to care for and makes great cut flowers too.
The Sedum should be planted in the full sun to get maximum flower production during the early summer.
The plant should be divided every two to three years as they can show new growth during spring.
The Sedum confusum can grow up to a maximum height of 15.2 cm to 30.1 cm.
The Sedum confusum should be exposed to full sun for perfect growth.
The plant is considered ideal to be placed by the side of a sunny window.
However, they can also grow well in a partial shade receiving region.
The plant has got minimum water requirements.
The Sedum Confusum is drought tolerant and can also grow perfectly well in the absence of watering.
It is advisable to check that the plant does not get too dry and is watered whenever needed.
No fertiliser should be applied to the Sedum confusum as they possess the ability to grow in the areas of low fertility.
Apart from serving as good cut flowers, the bright flowers of Sedum confusum also attract butterflies.
The unusual yet quite alluring foliages make it suitable to be used as an ornamental plant. They can be grown in hanging baskets, rock gardens and also as a ground cover.
The edible leaves are also used to prepare nutritious salads.