Very thick, oblong leaves cluster loosely together to form the rosettes of Sedum adolphii ‘Lime Gold,’ displaying an array of shades from lime green to golden yellow. Reaching up to several inches in height, the stems may begin to gently flex as this variety reaches maturity, creating a soft look perfect as a high-contrast ‘filler’ component in any succulent arrangement.
As with most richly hued succulent varieties, bright sunlight is key to helping ‘Lime Gold’ retain its signature coloration. Beyond this, its needs are simple and can easily be achieved by even a novice succulent grower! Porous soil within a well-draining pot is key to avoiding excess moisture and its related ills, as is a thorough yet infrequent watering routine. Ample airflow around the leaves and soil surface will further protect against rot and pests, including mealy bugs.