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Re: RE: Re: ID help...

Postby DeejayS » Mon Jan 08, 2018 2:45 am

Liz M wrote:The first thing I thought of when I saw this is Sedum. Then I went and looked round mine and found nothing similar. Then I wondered if it could be Aeonium sedifolium, that has small leaves in rosettes that make a clump. If it is, it is best grown in very good sunlight so that it develops the red tannic stripes that makes this plant looks so attractive. This is a picture of mine.
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These leaves look a bit wifer than what mine has. My plant avtually has very narrow leaves and some of them are changing to yellow with sunlight. I have just a couple of shoots whoch have yellowed completely.

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Re: RE: Re: ID help...

Postby DeejayS » Mon Jan 08, 2018 2:49 am

MikeT wrote:The leaves look to be in whorls of 4, which fits with Sedum better then Aeonium. Sedum album can look similar to this if growing in shade. One of the annual Sedums is another possibility. I think you need to wait for flowers, the post another photo.
I think it might have been in slight shade at the gardening store. I am trying to gradually bring it to sunlight but it will take a bit coz i read thay you shud not change a plant suddenly from shade to light but do it slowly so that the plant adjusts to additional light. O will wait for it to flower and post the pics.
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