This sedum forms low-growing rosettes of round, fleshy leaves. The leaves have a unique hair-like coating that helps the plant adapt to intense sunlight in its natural habitat.
- This plant does best with consistent bright, indirect sunlight. A few hours of MORNING sun is beneficial, but avoid prolonged exposure to direct afternoon sunlight, as it can scorch their leaves.
- Water sparingly, allowing the first 80 percent of soil to dry between waterings.
- Avoid using heavy potting soils or soils that retain too much moisture. Opt for a well-draining, gritty potting media.