Phedimus spurius “Tricolor”

Caucasian Stonecrop

The leaves of Phedimus spurius “Tricolor”, at least in sunny places, are colored green-white-pink. The Caucasian Stonecrop is an evergreen and can grow up to 15 centimeters high.

Phedimus spurius Tricolor

Description
  1. Popular name(s): Caucasian Stonecrop, Two-Row Stonecrop
  2. Botanical name: Phedimus spurius cv. (syn. Sedum spurium)
  3. Family: Crassulaceae
  4. Origin: The wild type is native to Western Asia (Iran, Turkey) and the Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Russia).
  5. Height: 10 to 15 centimetres
  6. USDA zone: 5 (-9.4 F/-23 °C)

Phedimus spurius Tricolor

Phedimus spurius Tricolor

Phedimus spurius Tricolor

Categories: Succulents | Crassulaceae | Perennials |