Sedum Griseum is a tender perennial succulent native to Mexico. This variety offers delicate silver-green foliage with a creeping habit of 6-8" tall and white flowers in late winter. This plant tolerates heat and drought, flourishing in partial sun or bright indirect light with minimal water or care. Bring texture to a container, well-drained sunny border, or houseplant collection with this slowly spreading plant. Sedum Griseum is perennial in zone 10-11, where it is well-suited to use as a groundcover, or it can overwinter in a container on a sunny windowsill.
Sedum Griseum Selling Tips
Sell Sedum Griseum to customers looking for a low-maintenance succulent for containers. This plant offers many benefits. It has a low, creeping habit and excels in partial sun or bright indirect light with little water. Perennial and evergreen in zone 10-11, Griseum brings color and texture to warm-region gardens year-round and easily overwinters indoors in a container. It is well-suited to rock gardens and dry landscape borders or mixed containers. This variety is one of the best Sedums to grow as a houseplant. Create a striking blend of color and texture by planting this variety alongside Coreopsis, Achillea, Sempervivum, Reed Grass, and Geranium.
Coach Your Customer
1. Space plants 6" apart in well-drained soil in full sun or part shade.
2. Water sparingly, only when the soil is dry.
General Growing Tips For Your Rooted Cutting Liner
For best results with Sedum Griseum, plant one rooted plug per 4-inch container or three to five per 10-inch container. Use well-drained succulent media with a pH of 5.6-6.2, EC of 0.6-0.9 mS/cm (2:1), temperatures of 68-85 daytime and 58-75 nighttime, and low feed (100-150 ppm N). Maintain light intensity at 5,000-7,500 fc and pinch once or twice. Don't use PGRs and watch for spider mites. This plant isn't prone to disease, but root rot can develop in overly wet conditions.
White flowers bloom in late winter.
Pinch once or twice as needed.
Space containers for adequate airflow and sunlight around the base and foliage of each plant.
This plant doesn't require PGRs.
You may see spider mites, aphids, and mealybugs.
This plant isn't prone to disease but root rot and botrytis can develop in overly wet conditions. Growing this plant dry will prevent disease and control growth. Always take preventative measures in your greenhouse.
1. Water at the base of each plant in the morning, allowing the soil to dry between waterings.
2. Provide good airflow in your greenhouse. We recommend using horizontal airflow fans.
3. Space containers to allow airflow and sunlight to reach the soil level of each plant.
Planting Sedum Griseum Liners
We recommend planting one rooted liner per 4-inch container or three to five per 10-inch container. Use well-drained soil and evenly space or center the ellepots in the containers.
Rooted Cuttings Cuttings vary in size between different plant families. These rooted starter plants will arrive ready to be transplanted in to your final container. If they are to be used in a landscape application, you will need to establish them in a 4 inch pot or an 1801 before planting outside.
Sedum Griseum Quick Reference Guide
|4 Inch crop time||6-8 Weeks|
|10 Inch crop time||10-12 Weeks|
|Light||Bright Indirect/Filtered, Partial Sun|
|Perennial Zone||Zones 10-11|