Sedeveria

Sedeveria are a hybrid cross between Sedum and Echeveria. They are reasonably small rosettes but grow into beautiful mounds of striking colour and formation very easily. They come in many shades of green, silver green and blue greens. Some also have red or yellow tones. Fantastic for rockeries.

  • SEDEVERIA STARBURST

    $2.00$5.00
    Also known as ‘Starburst’. A very popular, hardy and well known succulent. Changes colour readily, with sunlight and in cooler seasons from pale grey/green and pale orange to deep, rich pinks and purples. Offsets readily and will drape over the side of pots if left to mature. Blooms: Yellow small flowers on stems. Water requirements: Low. Maintenance: Low. Fertilise at 25% in growing season with soluble fertiliser. Best in morning sun.
  • SEDEVERIA MAIALEN

    $2.00$8.50
    9cm pot is pictured. A hardy succulent, with tight lime green leaves, which in cooler weather, turn orange/red, on the outer leaves.  It offsets quickly, forming nice clumps of colour. Blooms: Water requirements: Low. Maintenance: Low. Fertilise at 25% in growing season with soluble fertiliser. Best in morning sun.
  • SEDEVERIA ROLLY

    $4.00$12.00
    Clump forming rosettes of pale green to yellow, thick leaves with red tips. If grown in strong sun, it can turn a pinkish yellow. In colder weather and full shade will stay green.

    Blooms: Flowers on short stems.

    Water requirements: Low. Maintenance: Low. Fertilise at 25% in growing season with soluble fertilizer.

     
  • Also known as ‘Starburst’. A very popular, hardy and well known succulent. Changes colour readily, with sunlight and in cooler seasons from pale grey/green and pale orange to deep, rich pinks and purples. Offsets readily and will drape over the side of pots if left to mature. Quite intriguing and one offs. Blooms: Yellow small flowers on stems. Water requirements: Low. Maintenance: Low. Fertilise at 25% in growing season with soluble fertiliser. Best in morning sun.
  • (1 head) Small clumping succulent, with tightly packed pale lime green leaves.  The leaves have a little tip, which can turn red with stress and age. Blooms: Water requirements: Low. Maintenance: Low.  Fertilise at 25% in growing season with soluble fertiliser. Best in morning sun.

Sedeveria

Sedeveria are a hybrid cross between Sedum and Echeveria. They are reasonably small rosettes but grow into beautiful mounds of striking colour and formation very easily. They come in many shades of green, silver green and blue greens. Some also have red or yellow tones. Fantastic for rockeries.

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