Traditionally an outdoor plant, the range of colours and leaf shapes have made Sedum plants popular for indoor displays. They can be grown together in low level planters or placed around the bottom of larger plants to bring interest to the soil.
Light: Bright with sun.
Temperature and humidity: Warm but cool to moderate in winter. Low humidity.
Watering: When compost surface is dry. Water sparingly in winter.
Propagation: Stem cuttings.