Cactus and Succulents - Every 2 Week

Sedum lucidum

Round fat leaves in compact rosettes on short stems. Red edged in sun. White flowers with red centers. Will grow along the ground, scrambling over rocks, trailing over walls and rooting as it goes.

Sedum makinoi “Limelight”

Small lime-green sedum, trailing stems. Can be planted between pavers. Yellow flowers in summer attract butterflies.

Sedum mexicanum

Low growing groundcover. Lime green, upright, hardy. Can take a bit more water than most succulents.

Sedum oaxacanum

Lush, thick springy groundcover of tiny thick-leafed rosettes

Sedum pachyphyllum

1 ft x 3 ft. Rounded green leaves cluster at the ends of the stems; tips will turn bright red in full sun. Easy to propagate from leaf cuttings. Will trail low along the ground, or great for hanging baskets and windowsill gardens. Lots of yellow flowers.

Sedum palmeri

Trailing stonecrop, grows 6-8″ tall. Yellow flowers.

Sedum praealtum

Bright green red-tipped to 3ft. w/tiny bright yellow flowers

Sedum rubrotinctum

Lots of small thick leaves, pop off + root easily. Green jelly-bean leaves turn bright red in sun. Great for rock gardens and hanging baskets. Pale yellow star-shaped flowers. Deer resistant. Summer dormant.

Sedum rupestre

Vigorous, mat-forming groundcover succulent with red edges.

Sedum sieboldii

Low-growing evergreen stonecrop with pink flowers. Green leaves with rosy edges in full sun. Sprawling stems are great for rock gardens and hanging baskets.

Sedum sieboldii “October Daphne”

Low-growing evergreen stonecrop with pink flowers. Variegated leaves with rosy edges in full sun. Sprawling stems are great for rock gardens and hanging baskets.

Sedum spathulifolium

Small rosette groundcover; Northern California native, including the East Bay Parks.

Sedum spurium

Small, low growing groundcover succulent w/yellow flowers

Selenicereus anthonyanus

Cryptocereus anthonyanus

Epiphytic species; bright green flat stems; night-blooming red/yellow

Sempervivum

Small to medium-sized alpine succulents. Cold hardy, but generally do not like heat.