Sedum forum: Do these ID's look correct?

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Name: Susan
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stilldew
Jul 19, 2013 1:21 PM CST
Editted to say: After starting this thread, I heard from mariesgreengarden, the eBay seller who sold me a box of 100 unrooted sedum cuttings and she helped me ID the ones I had already posted photos of. I will try to get them updated here with names. I'm really excited to have so many new ones to grow. With water being in short supply here the last couple years, I think I will be growing more and more sedums and semps.

#1 farinosum, #2 divergens, #3 spurium tricolor, #4 pachyclados white diamond, #5 album coral carpet, #6 populifolium 'poplar leaved sedum', #2 spathulifolium cape blanco, #2a spathulifolium purpura, # 3 dasphyllum major, #4 kimnachii, #5-6 thin leaved is saramentosum iijima and the wider leafed one is lineare 'golden teardrop', #7 oreganum, #8 laxum, #11 divergens, #12 album baby's tears, #13 oreganum, #15 oreganum 'harvest moon', #16-17 album belled inferno, it looks like it lost allot of leaves. #18 makinoi variegatum, #19 album coral carpet, the maroon ones are album murale, #20 makinoi.



Here's the whole group after I tried to sort them.Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/82dd9d

These are the ones I think I have ID'ed from the list.

farinosumThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/fe6df7
divergensThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/aab3e5
spurium tricolorThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/ddbaa7
pachyclados white diamondsThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/b0a7f6
album coral carpetThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/aea494



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Name: Susan
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stilldew
Jul 19, 2013 2:03 PM CST
I updated this post with some names I got from mariesgreengarden, the seller of these cuttings. Still a few without names and I will add more later.

1.populifolium 'poplar leaved sedum'.Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/69401a
2.spathulifolium cape blancoThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/672f20
size Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/1907f3
3. dasphyllum major Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/f4f321
4. kimnachiiThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/0ed3ef
5 and 6thin leaved is saramentosum lijima and the wider leafed one is lineare 'golden teardrop'Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/1ef880
7.oreganumThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/e95910
8.laxum Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/e86c2e
9. Rosette with pointed leavesThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/7e8966
10. Flat oval leaves with pink stems
11. divergens.Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/71ca7a
12album baby's tearsThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/a04819
13. oreganumThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/3a3969
14. Rosettes with pink edges on leaves and pink stemsThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/a8e68c
15. oreganum 'harvest moon'Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/01de56
16. and 17. album belled infernoThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/a2d10d
18. makinoi variegatum,Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/3ccb22
19. album coral carpet, the maroon ones are album muraleThumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/e8445e
20. makinoi.Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/659c6d
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Name: Susan
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stilldew
Jul 19, 2013 2:25 PM CST
Here they are planted up to get rooted. Hopefully they will be ready to go into the ground by fall.
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Name: Marilyn
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CDsSister
Jul 19, 2013 2:32 PM CST

Wow what a wonderful collection. Hurray! Hurray!
I cannot keep many of the sedums alive. I treat them like Sempervivums, so maybe they would like more water.

I love number 3 and 14 especially. I do have some of the red carpet growing in a sheltered spot of rock garden.
Am hoping the bunnies don't find it. nodding

Name: Susan
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stilldew
Jul 19, 2013 3:01 PM CST
Thanks. I am very happy with them. They came from an eBay seller and I have mailed her a link to this thread, so hopefully if she has time, she will be able to help with the ID's.

I grow my other sedums along the edges of my perennial beds and they grow into the gravel path. I water them about the same as I do the daylilies and Iris. Sedum Angelina is my favorite. Here it is growing under the park bench.Thumb of 2013-07-19/stilldew/6fdeb4
Name: Lynn
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valleylynn
Jul 20, 2013 1:25 PM CST

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Susan, what a wonderful collection of sedum. And what a beautiful photo of part of your garden. I would love to sit there and enjoy the afternoon. Lovey dubby
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sandnsea2
Jul 20, 2013 1:36 PM CST
How beautiful, Susan!!
And your furry friends also look appreciative and lovely!

Great photo!!! Hurray!
Name: Lynn
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valleylynn
Jul 20, 2013 4:18 PM CST

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I agree The furry ones are wonderful. Lovey dubby Thumbs up
Name: Susan
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stilldew
Jul 20, 2013 7:43 PM CST
Thanks. My little buddies make good garden helpers.

Marie helped me wtih more IDs.
#1 upper right is lineare 'sea urchin', #2 oreganum tenue 'red raver', #3-4 lower is tetractinum, #5 spurium tricolor, #6 makinoi variegated, #7 spathulifolium purpura, #9 oreganese, #10 I need to look up, #11trollii, #12 album baby's tears, #13 laxum, #14 plurice ezawe compact.




1.lineare 'sea urchin'Thumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/329775
2.oreganum tenu 'red raver'
Thumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/3bb640
3.and 4.lower is tetractinumThumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/05617a
5.spurium tricolorThumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/bcbdc8
6.makinoi variegatedThumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/b12667
7.spathulifolium purpuraThumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/e6935f
9.oreganeseThumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/ee3e5f
10.Thumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/8c300b
11.trolliiThumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/129f29
12.album baby's tearsThumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/ab336a
13.laxumThumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/e44072
15.plurice ezawe compactThumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/0e80e0

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Name: Lynn
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valleylynn
Jul 20, 2013 9:26 PM CST

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Three might be S. tetractinum f/China. It changes color with growing conditions.
Four looks like S. 'Tri-Color'.
Seven looks to be one of the S. spathulifolium, just not sure which one. There are several now that have that pink/rosie color.
Last one might be Sedum nussbaumerianum?

We'll see who else comes along to help. Smiling
Name: Susan
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stilldew
Jul 21, 2013 5:13 AM CST
Thanks Lynn! Marie emailed me with some more names. I will add them to the. Not sure if she had a web site but she has a storefront on eBay under the seller name mariesgreengarden.

Here are the ID's for the above ones.

#1 upper right is lineare 'sea urchin', #2 oreganum tenue 'red raver', #3-4 lower is tetractinum, #5 spurium tricolor, #6 makinoi variegated, #7 spathulifolium purpura, #9 oreganese, #10 I need to look up, #11,trollii #12 album baby's tears, #13 laxum, #14 plurice ezawe compact.

Can't help myself, here's another photo of a couple of my furry friends.Thumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/991769
Name: Lynn
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valleylynn
Jul 21, 2013 11:28 PM CST

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Awww, Susan they are so sweet. Lovey dubby
Name: Susan
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stilldew
Jul 22, 2013 2:58 AM CST
What I'm wondering now is which of these sedum are the super hardy type I can just put outside this winter and which are the ones I might be better off growing under lights. I'm planning on getting a couple tons of pea gravel dumped in my driveway to add to my raised beds and also for my back yard pathways and think most of them wil fit there. My back is hurting just thinking about it, but at least it's a longer term solution than the wood mulch paths I've been dealing with. My front paths are peagravel already and the sedum really seem to like to grow out into them.
Name: Lynn
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valleylynn
Jul 22, 2013 2:58 PM CST

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Most are hardy to zone 5 or 6, I would think most of them would be hardy for you.
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sandnsea2
Jul 22, 2013 3:13 PM CST
stilldew said:
Can't help myself, here's another photo of a couple of my furry friends.Thumb of 2013-07-21/stilldew/991769


They are too cute Susan!!! I tip my hat to you.

mariesgreengarden
Aug 1, 2013 12:02 PM CST
Hi everyone at allthingsplants. all of the sedum that I sent to stilldew are hardy in zone 5 except maybe trollii, makinoi and #10 sedim T. larinem park. I will send pics as soon as my camera stops sending errors to my computer. Confused Confused


mariesgreengarden
Aug 1, 2013 12:22 PM CST
sedum T. 'larinem park' Thumb of 2013-08-01/mariesgreengarden/f2d8c3



sedum album 'belled 'inverno' Thumb of 2013-08-01/mariesgreengarden/2878bb



sedum makinoi variegatum Thumb of 2013-08-01/mariesgreengarden/7ee740


sedum kimnachii Thumb of 2013-08-01/mariesgreengarden/5e6475 these two sedum are both sedum kimnachii growing right next to each other, one is yellow-green and the other is green, I fertilized the green one this spring and missed feeding the yellow one and 'waw' what a difference.
kimnachii is hardy, no need to bring them inside this winter.

talk at ya later, Marie.

Name: Lynn
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valleylynn
Aug 1, 2013 5:06 PM CST

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Hi Marie, Welcome! to the Sedum Forum on ATP. Hurray!

Love your S. 'Bella d' Inverno' http://www.sedumphotos.net/v/sedum-a/Sedum+album+Bella+d_+In...
Do the leaves enlarge on your and turn that lovely cream color?
Name: Bev
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webesemps
Aug 1, 2013 5:54 PM CST
Yes a Welcome to you, Marie. Thanks for sharing those sedum pics w/us! Thumbs up
Name: Susan
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stilldew
Aug 1, 2013 10:40 PM CST
Welcome Marie. I'm so glad you figured out how to post. It's so nice seeing the photos of the sedums growing in your garden. Lots of the cutings have rooted and I moved them to larger pots until fall. I have a couple I haven't posted photos of yet, but I'm having camera problems, so may be awhile before I can post more photos. Be sure to share your garden photos on other threads too if you have time. I post on the perennial thread, daylilies, iris, lilies, coleus and a few others. Something for everyone here. There is a seeds forum too and a forum where you can sale things.
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