A hybrid between Echeveria and Sedum, the green rosettes grows on a trailing stem that winds along the ground or spills over pots, taking root on contact with soil. This plant will propagate itself by dropping leaves, which then sprout new rosettes. Perfect for starting a garden, beautiful potted display, or for individual pottings as gifts. They do best in warm dry climates, in porous, well-drained soil. They love full sun to a little shade. Provide shade in areas of extreme heat during the hot afternoon.
Common Names: Darley Dale
Height: Grows to about 5cm tall, 8cm diameter.
Light: Full sun to partial shade.
Water: Water during the summer and spring, making sure it has good drainage. Reduce water in the winter as excess water can damage the plant.
Flowers: Produces bright yellow flowers in the spring-autumn months.
Propagation: From stem cuttings or leaf cuttings during spring-autumn.
Care: Keep in either a pot, planter or garden bed, in good quality, well-draining soil. Very low-maintenance plant in suitable growing conditions.