Sedum nussbaumeriana

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The Sedum nussbaumeriana is also called 'sedum plant' and therefore comes from the succulent family. The unique succulent plant has a beautiful color. In winter it has a yellow/orange color and in summer it can be bright orange.


Zon This succulent plant loves light and thrives in full sun.


 This hanging plant needs medium to little water. Allow the soil to dry out thoroughly between waterings.


The plant is not edible.


This hanging plant comes in a hanging pot with a diameter of 14 cm.


The Sedum nussbaumeriana finds its origin in Mexico. The succulent plant also occurs naturally in Italy and the Canary Islands. This succulent was first discovered by Carl Albert Purpus at a sulfur spring in a ravine at Zacualpan in Veracruz, Mexico in 1906 or 1907, but was later described in 1923 by the German botanist Bitter who named it after Ernst Nussbaumer, Bremen's chief botanical garden in Germany.


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