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These variety of stonecrops(Sedium rupestre) are a evergreen perennial with succulent foliage that forms a low growing blanket. Depending on how much sun these plants get, tiny yellow flowers can bloom through the summer. These perennials are named 'stonecrop' due to their ability to grow in rocky, gravelly areas.

Stonecrop Angelina(Sedum rupestre)

  • Light: Place stonecrops in areas exposed to full sun. Although it can tolerate some shade, this increases risk of the plant to rot.

    Soil: Well drained soil with a neutral pH. It also does well in sandy, gravelly soil that is not very fertile. Make sure soil does not have clay or this will result in the plant dying.

    Water: Water regularly and wait until the first two inch of soil goes dry before watering. 

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