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Sedum dasyphyllum

Evergreen succulent with silver green leaves and white flowers in summer. Dasyphyllum will thrive in full sun to light shade. Well drained soil is important. You can find this sedum in dry, rocky areas in Europe and the Mediterrenean. They are Hardy to 10 degrees F. Works well in containers, rock gardens, scree beds. Sedum dasyphyllum is a rock-dweller to 3" in height with tiny fuzzy, plump bluish-green leaves arranged in tiny rosettes. Tiny star-shaped white flowers. Great for rock gardens. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Bright light with ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Cold tolerant.

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