Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum
Sedum Clavatum is a beautiful succulent that can grow up to 4-inches or 10cm tall. It is identified by stout stems that extend to the rosettes which measure 2-inches or 5cm in diameter. The leaves can have a pale green or blue-green color that can sometimes have red-colored tips. The stem lose their leaves as they elongate but are often covered by younger stems which makes a attractive rosettes.
The bloom comes with small star shaped white flowers in the winters.
Part Sun, Full Sun. Water regularly; do not overwater and remember to water very sparingly. Drought Tolerant
It makes excellent ground cover, as it spreads and trails, and works well in hanging baskets