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Sedum Tornado – 160mm Hanging Basket

$15.00

Sedum Tornado is a succulent plant native to North America. It is also known as Stonecrop due to its ability to grow in rocky, dry conditions. This plant features fleshy, green leaves with a unique spiral pattern, giving it a striking appearance. Sedum Tornado is drought-tolerant and low-maintenance, making it a popular choice for hanging baskets and containers.

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Sedum Tornado Care Info

The Sedum Tornado is best suited for a location with bright, indirect light in a home environment. It can also thrive outdoors in a sunny spot with well-draining soil.

  • Lighting: Place in bright, indirect light indoors or in a sunny spot outdoors.
  • Watering: Allow the soil to dry out between waterings, then water thoroughly. Avoid overwatering.
  • Humidity: Prefers average room humidity levels, but can tolerate lower humidity levels.
  • Temperature: Keep in temperatures between 18-24 degrees Celsius for optimal growth.
  • Fertilizer: Feed with a balanced liquid fertilizer every 2-4 weeks during the growing season.
  • Toxicity: Non-toxic to pets, but may cause mild stomach upset if ingested.

With the right care, the Sedum Tornado will thrive and add a touch of greenery to your indoor or outdoor space.

Weight 2.6 kg

Local Delivery Info

This plant will be delivered as it is shown in the photos. Currently, we are limiting delivery to Sydney, Canberra and select areas in between, this allows us to hand-deliver the plants in their nursery container with potting mix as shown in the images. All plants are guaranteed to be delivered in 100% healthy condition. Plants can vary in size and colour based on the growing conditions and season. The plant you receive may be smaller or larger than the plant in the images. It may also be displaying different colours or attributes.

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