16 Beautiful Types of Sedum Succulents in India

Last Updated: 19.10.2023
Sakshi Kasat
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Looking like jewels, sedums with exceptional blooms are head-turners. Here are some beautiful Types of Sedum Succulents you can grow in your garden.

Belonging to the Crassulaceae family, the stonecrop or sedum is famous for its stone-like fleshy leaves with spectacular flowers. Have a look at the most awesome Types of Sedum Succulents you can grow.

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Types of Sedum Succulents

1. Golden Sedum

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Botanical Name: Sedum adolphii

Showcasing yellow-green leaves’ rosettes, it gets a red hue on the leaf margins when exposed to full sun. The starry, white flowers double up the beauty during winter.

2. Coastal Stonecrop

Botanical Name: Sedum litoreum Guss

The fleshy and bright green leaves in an oblong to elliptical shape looks striking in rock gardens. It also grows a bunch of star-like, yellow flowers.

3. Sedum Blue Spruce

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Botanical Name: Sedum reflexum ‘Blue Spruce’

The needle-like blue-green leaves of this plant adds a timeless charm to landscapes. It is also a great choice for miniature gardens.

4. Tasteless Stonecrop

Botanical Name: Sedum sexangulare

This plant is famous for the unique arrangement of its leaves. Its foliage is arranged in a spiral format that makes it look spectacular.

5. Nevius Stonecrop

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Botanical Name: Sedum nevii

This ground-hugging succulent is an excellent substitute for flowering plants in gardens. Its gray-green leaves have pointy ends.

6. Mossy Stonecrop

Botanical Name: Sedum lydium

The green leaves of the plant turn coppery-red during autumn and display a wonderful mix of colors. It also grows beautiful white flowers on the stem tips.

7. VooDoo Stonecrop

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Botanical Name: Sedum spurium ‘Voodoo’

Its leaves change their color from bright green to burgundy in winters. The plant blooms attractive magenta-pink flowers too.

8. Spurium Dragon Blood

Botanical Name: Sedum spurium ‘Dragon’s Blood’

Famous for its variable shades, its green leaves turn burgundy in summer and twirl to deep-red during the falls. This sedum adds a lot of colors to yards.

9. Mocinianum

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Botanical Name: Sedum mocinianum

A fuzzy cover of white hair all across the plumpy leaves set this sedum variety apart. This mat-forming succulent resembles the hairy cushion from a distance.

10. Golden Japanese Stonecrop

Botanical Name: Sedum makinoi ‘Ogon’

The sedum has rounded leaves in a brilliant golden shade that gets a pink tone in full sun. Grow it along the garden path in the garden for a spectacular visual.

11. Burro’s Tail


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Botanical Name: Sedum morganianum

The cascading stems, trailing from the hanging pots, adds a wow factor. The color of the fleshy leaves may vary from gray-green to blue-green depending on sun exposure.

12. Booleanum

Botanical Name: Sedum booleanum

This low-growing, bushy stonecrop displays an array of needle-like leaves on upright stems. The plant grows cherry-red flowers during summers.

13. Pacific Stonecrop

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Botanical Name: Sedum divergens

The chubby leaves of this sedum are initially green but develop an orange-red hue in the full sun that pair well with the starry yellow flowers.

14. Rose Carpet Stonecrop

Botanical Name: Sedum cyaneum ‘Rose Carpet’

The spoon-shaped, blue-green foliage with a snappy red marking gives out an interesting texture to the landscape. It also blooms star-like pink flowers that attract bees and butterflies.

15. Goldmoss Stonecrop

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Botanical Name: Sedum acre

The pale green leaves, with complimentary yellow flowers, add a burst of colors to the lawns.  You can grow it in garden borders.

16. Giant Jelly Bean

Botanical Name: Sedum lucidum

The glossy, green leaves with a red pigment on the tips make a striking statement at the open places. As the name suggests, its leaves are in the jelly bean shape and look remarkable with white-yellow flowers.

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