Joy Creek Nursery

075-119   Sedum zentaro-tashiroi     ( Stonecrop )

Sedum zentaro-tashiroi
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Endemic to Tsushima Island, Japan, Sedum zentaro-tashiroi is a very small plant that is not well represented in the literature. We have found that it needs pretection from the hottest sun and cold. Also, it needs regular water during the growing season. The rounded, succulent leaves are light green appearing in whorls of four up short stems. In cold weather the evergreen leaves turn bronze. This is not a sedum that you can neglect. However, it is certainly attractive and would make a worthwhile condidate for container growing.

April to July.  1-2 in. x 10 in.

Yellow flowers

Part Shade     Zones 8, 9, 10

20300 NW Watson Road  Scappoose, OR 97056
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