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|Positive ||DawnOfDeath13 ||On May 9, 2013, DawnOfDeath13 from Fayetteville, NC wrote:
I had one for 4 years and just got another one. they are fine with sunlight and shade but not extreme heat. With to much heat the stems turn black and die. Water every 2-4 days depending on how much sun they get. The pieces that fall off become the seeds plant them within 1-2 days of falling off and within 2-3 days they will begin growing. pull off pieces that turn yellow and dispose of them. In the summer the buds on the tip turn pink and begin to bloom.
|Neutral ||BlissfulGarden ||On Oct 24, 2008, BlissfulGarden from Baton Rouge, LA (Zone 8b) wrote:
Sedum 'Burrito forms semi-prostrate stems with dense glaucous blue-green "jelly bean" leaves. Excellent for hanging basket culture, or in brightly lit atriums or patios with filtered light. The origin of this plant is quite an enigmatic mystery. There is no known record of 'Burrito' having occurred in habitat. As 'Burrito' seems similar to Sedum morganianum, which is native to Mexico and forms long cascading stems of glaucous blue-green leaves, there has been conjecture that perhaps 'Burrito' is a natural Sedum morganianum hybrid. As similar plants in habitat often cascade down rocky inclines where the water drains swiftly away from the plant, it is preferable to plant Sedum 'Burrito' in a porous soil with good drainage. Prefers bright, filtered light with ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost.
|Positive ||MarciaS ||On Jul 15, 2008, MarciaS from Greenacres, WA wrote:
I am totally surprised and very happy that this Plant has flowers, I just bought my first one. I didn't know this. I hope I can keep mine alive. The plants are lovely in the photo sections
I live in Spokane WA it will have to be in the house in the winter.
|Positive ||hanna1 ||On Oct 7, 2004, hanna1 from Castro Valley, CA (Zone 9a) wrote:
Minimum temp is 32F, Blooms in Spring, Likes bright lit atriums or patios with filtered light with ample airflow. Likes porous soil with good drainage. Is easy to care for, water thoroughly once a week or when soil is dry to the touch. You can fertilize once a month with an all-purpose brand at 1/2 strength. Protect from freezing weather.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Castro Valley, California
Los Angeles, California
San Diego, California
San Jose, California
Lake City, Florida
Melrose Park, Florida
St Petersburg, Florida
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Claremont, New Hampshire
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Stallings, North Carolina
North Augusta, South Carolina
El Paso, Texas
South Padre Island, Texas
Green Acres, Washington