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Sedum Pachyphyllum

Sedum Pachyphyllum

Category: Cacti & Succulents

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So you thought only human beings and animals have fingers? Well let us introduce a plant that has fingers like leaves. Sedum pachyphyllum is an indoor plant that has finger shaped or jelly beans like leaves which are bluish to green in color. It is a small ground-hugging shrubby succulent plant whose stems lengthen and grow along the ground when mature, thus, making them perfect for hanging baskets or rock gardens.

Plant care


At least six hours of direct sunlight.


Twice a week in summer and once in two weeks in winter. 


Well aerated and cactus soil.


Diluted balanced feed at half the strength once a month in the spring and summer.


An average temperature of 65°F (18°C) - 75°F (23.8°C) and temperature not below 12.7°C.