Club-Head Sedum
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Club-Head Sedum
P Introduced Photo: Gary Thingnam
Common name: Club-Head Sedum, Tiscalatengo Gorge Sedum
Botanical name: Sedum clavatum    Family: Crassulaceae (Sedum family)

Club-Head Sedum is a succulent plant which has bluish-green leaves that form a beautiful rosette shape. When the leaves of the plant are stressed, the tips turn into a light pink color. It can grow up to 15 cm tall and is typically 20 cm in width. Club-Shaped Sedum bears white star-shaped flowers in the late spring to early summer. ItÂ’s best to grow this Sedum species plant outdoors. If grown indoors, it is unlikely that it will thrive or keep its color. Club-Head Sedum is native to Mexico, cultivated as a house succulent worldwide.

Identification credit: Tabish Photographed in cultivation in Imphal.

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