Seed Swaps

Unknown Succulent

21 Oct 2010
14°C / 58°F

As the growing year draws to a close here, I think it’s finally time to get a sense of what this lovely little succulent is that I collected from between the flagstones of a friend’s garden. It was growing in full sun under drought conditions, and has flourished in similar circumstances throughout the summer in a tiny pot. It tops out at just under 2" and spreads in this very dense growth.

Does anyone have any idea what this might be? I have seen it in other places around town, so I suspect it is fairly common.




Some kind of sedum?

Posted on 22 Oct 10 (over 5 years ago)

Hmm, that seems sensible. Perhaps sedum sexangulare?

Posted on 22 Oct 10 (over 5 years ago)

I believe it’s a Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’. ( The color of your sedum isn’t quite as yellow-green as the pictures in my link, but the foliage and dense growth habit match ‘Angelina’ very well.

Posted on 23 Oct 10 (over 5 years ago)

Thanks for the thought! It would be fabulous if it was ‘Angelina’. I’m keeping my eye on it to see if I get some gorgeous color changes when the weather turns cool. Fingers crossed ….

Posted on 24 Oct 10 (over 5 years ago)

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