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The sedum are succulent perennial herbaceous plants, which produce in the summer season dense tufts of fleshy leaves, arranged on thin erect or arched stems; many species and varieties are ground cover. In summer or autumn they produce numerous small star-shaped flowers, yellow or pink.
They are rustic plants, which find their place in the garden, without fear of heat or cold; they are content with little, and can be grown in pots or in the open ground.
The specimens that have been staying for a long time tend to be content with the rain water, except in the case of very prolonged drought; plants in the home for less than two years may need watering in the summer months.
At the end of autumn the sedum leaves perish and dry up, the plant will begin to sprout again the following spring.


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