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Propagation of the Upright Sedum Varieties

By BlueFox
August 1, 2010

Not all Sedum are created equal - the low growing ground cover types have much different root systems than the upright taller varieties and species. Here's how I propagate these taller varieties and species for lots more plants.

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Name: Charleen
Barnesville, Ga. Zone 7b-8 (Zone 8a)
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Aug 2, 2010 10:55 AM CST
Durn, hope I spell right. Great Article.
Love to learn new things. Like to try planting them to see if they will make it.
Great Article, clear and concise.
Name: Lynn
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Aug 2, 2010 10:20 PM CST
Wonderful, helpful article Jacki. Thank you so much for such clear and easy to understand instructions. Thumbs up
Name: Michele Roth
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Aug 27, 2010 6:33 PM CST
Thanks Jacki!

I loved the article! I'm just getting started with propagating these wonderful plants and I'm enjoying every minute of it! They are super plants to work with and so easy to maintain. Lovey dubby Really they are one of very few plants in my gardens that I never have to worry about. I love 'em!
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Aug 28, 2010 8:51 AM CST
I agree Chelle - I'm starting a stock plant display garden using the tall Sedum, a few of the shorter ones between them for a ground cover and several varieties of Semps for contrast. In a few years when it fills in it'll look fantastic, plus give me propagation material.

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