Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina‘ (Stonecrop) is a vigorous, low-growing, evergreen species which adds beauty to a hanging basket, study table, etc with its creeping habit. Sedum Angelina is characterized by tiny rosette needle-like succulent leaves which are golden yellow in color.
Care Instructions of Sedum Angelina plant
Propagation is through cuttings as well as seeds. Take healthy softwood cuttings from the plant in early summer and plant it in the soil. It can also be propagated by leaves which produce roots when provided with necessary conditions.
Water – These plants require very less amount of water to grow. Water the plant when the surface of the soil is dry or once in a
Soil – Well-drained, cactus mix soil.
Light – They like to grow in full sun. However, it can also tolerate partial shade.
Temperature – Sedum Angelina is found to be grown in adverse conditions and appreciate warmer temperatures and can also tolerate higher temperatures.
Humidity – low- moderate humidity conditions