My grandmother (who died 6 years before I was born) had this sedum growing in her garden. My mother took cuttings when she married in 1945 and planted then in her yard as well as other homes she moved to. She gave me cuttings when we moved into our first home and I have subsequently brought pieces to each home we have moved to.
We can track the plant back to the 1930's and who knows where it came from before that.
Recommended for full sun, I find sedum grows anywhere I plant it, including shady locations.
While my sons-in-law were playing soccer in the backyard with the little grandchildren, several of these plants were trampled. With a sheepish grin one of these young men apologetically said to me,
"Now you sedum, now you don't."
Gotta love um!
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