Sedum Sieboldii, also known as October Daphne, is a mould-like species that spreads out horizontal branches from the center. Its leaves are more than half an inch round and have blue-green hue with pink margins. During the hot summer months, the color of these margins intensifies into deep pink.
Its bright purple-pink, star-shaped flowers appear in early fall. In the right conditions, its fall foliage turns beautiful shades of pink, red, yellow, and orange. Frosty temperatures also bring out pink in the leaves.
Sedum Sieboldii is a trailing succulent. The branches can grow much longer as pictured in the last image.
Due to the long branches and thin fragile leaves, this is one of the more difficult-to-pack plants.
Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch, then let drain completely.
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