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Sedum pachyphyllum is also known as Stonecrop or Succulent beans. The plant hails from family Crassulaceae. It is a widely grown bush forming or ground covering succulent. The plant can grow up to a maximum of 1 foot or 30 centimetres. it produces bright yellow flowers during the summer months.
The Sedum pachyphyllum is famously known as the stonecrops or succulent crops. It hails from the Crassulaceae family.
The Sedum confusum is widely cultivated in the xeriscape gardens and rock gardens.
The plant is considered as a native of Mexico.
The Sedum pachyphyllum is hardy, easy to care for and makes an excellent ground cover.
The Sedum also survives in a region where other plants fail to thrive.
The plant is appropriate to be grown in a region which receives more sun and too little water.
The plant can be suited in both indoor and outdoor locations.
The Sedum pachyphyllum can grow up to a maximum height of 3 feet or 90 cm.
The Sedum pachyllum should be exposed to full sun for perfect growth.
The plant grows well if it is grown in the garden that receives maximum sunlight.
However, they can also survive in a partial shade receiving region.
The plant has got minimum water requirements.
The Sedum Pachyphyllum is drought tolerant and can also grow perfectly well in the absence of watering.
The succulent variety can grow with too little water.
Sedum pachyphyllum remains unaffected with the supply of fertilisers. They possess the ability to grow in the areas of low fertility.
Apart from serving as a good ground cover, the bright yellow coloured flowers of Sedum pachyphyllum also attract butterflies.
The plant is also grown in containers as a houseplant.
It is widely grown in xeriscape gardens and rock gardens as it can form a pale sea green ground cover over time. Thus, it provides an alluring look to the gardens.
It can be grown in contrast to other Sedums and small succulents.