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  • noun Plural form of sedum.

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Examples

  • This can include plants with thick, succulent leaves such as sedums and sempervivums, or those with waxy leaves, for example phormiums.

    Gardens: Roof gardens

  • For a permanent outside wall, Falls recommends buying pressure-treated wood or plastic modules to prevent rotting, a ready-made irrigation system, and water-hoarding succulents such as sedums and sempervivums.

    The Seattle Times

  • For a permanent outside wall, Falls recommends buying pressure-treated wood or plastic modules to prevent rotting, a ready-made irrigation system, and water-hoarding succulents such as sedums and sempervivums.

    The Seattle Times

  • For a permanent outside wall, Falls recommends buying pressure-treated wood or plastic modules to prevent rotting, a ready-made irrigation system, and water-hoarding succulents such as sedums and sempervivums.

    The Seattle Times

  • For a permanent outside wall, Falls recommends buying pressure-treated wood or plastic modules to prevent rotting, a ready-made irrigation system, and water-hoarding succulents such as sedums and sempervivums.

    The Seattle Times

  • For a permanent outside wall, Falls recommends buying pressure-treated wood or plastic modules to prevent rotting, a ready-made irrigation system, and water-hoarding succulents such as sedums and sempervivums.

    The Seattle Times

  • For a permanent outside wall, Falls recommends buying pressure-treated wood or plastic modules to prevent rotting, a ready-made irrigation system, and water-hoarding succulents such as sedums and sempervivums.

    The Seattle Times

  • For a permanent outside wall, Falls recommends buying pressure-treated wood or plastic modules to prevent rotting, a ready-made irrigation system, and water-hoarding succulents such as sedums and sempervivums.

    The Seattle Times

  • For a permanent outside wall, Falls recommends buying pressure-treated wood or plastic modules to prevent rotting, a ready-made irrigation system, and water-hoarding succulents such as sedums and sempervivums.

    The Seattle Times

  • Grasses and sedums require little attention and their sculptural seedheads last well into the winter months in most garden zones.

    Mums Not the Word

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