Inflorescence of plant aka Hylotelephium spectabile, ice plant, showy stonecrop and butterfly stonecrop, in family Crassulaceae

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Inflorescence of plant aka Hylotelephium spectabile, ice plant, showy stonecrop and butterfly stonecrop, in family Crassulaceae

By Bonnie L. Grant Sedum plants are one of the easier types of succulent to grow. These amazing little plants will spread easily from tiny bits of vegetation, rooting with ease and establishing quickly. Dividing sedum plants is a simple and quick method of doubling your investment. Sedum division is an easy process and requires little expertise, but a few tips and tricks can help increase the chances of success. When to Divide Sedum Whether you have tiny spreading rosettes or towering Autumn Joy stonecrop, you should know how to divide sedum so you can spread more of these popular plants. Sedums grow in hot, dry areas of the landscape and add cheery color and whimsical form to hard-to-plant zones. Separating sedum is an easy project that will increase the number of the easy to grow plants quickly. New divisions establish rapidly and need little extra care. Perennial plants are

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