My sedum are looking shriveled and rotted... - Knowledgebase Question

mayfield hts, Oh
Question by wildcatmom81
June 30, 2010
My sedum are planted facing north and were doing great the first month, now they look shriveled and rotting. What can I do? I have fed them and everything.

Answer from NGA
June 30, 2010


You can help renew the plant by cutting them back to encourage new growth. Shriveled and rotting succulents usually indicate overwatering or poorly draining soils. Be careful with watering and cut your plants back by about a half to encourage new growth. Best wishes with your sedums.

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