Plant profile

Sedum hintonii

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Botanical name: Sedum hintonii

Named by: Robert Theodore Clausen (1943)

Family: Crassulaceae

Subfamily: Sedoideae

Genus: Sedum

Native area: Northeast and southwest Mexico

Care difficulty: easy

Light preference: bright light

Minimum temperature: 10° C (50° F)

Optimal temperature: 18-27° C (65-80° F)

Humidity: low

Watering: water when soil is dry, reduce watering during winter months

Fertilizing: 10-10-10, once every two months during spring and summer months

Soil: 50% coconut peat, 50% gravel

pH: 6.5-7.5

Repotting: every two years

Speed of growth: slow

Mature size: up to 20cm tall (0.66ft.)

Flower: white, star-shapped

Propagation: by stem or leaf cutting

Pests: aphids, mealybugs

Diseases: root rot

Toxicity: no info

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