October Daphne, aka sedum sieboldii varigata

These are hard to find 'october daphne' or sedum sieboldii varigata in a 8 inch hanging pot -- NOTE NOT ALL LEAVES ARE VARIGATED. You can propagate out the ones that are though, if you're picky.

These have lovely bright pink flowers once a year and then DIE COMPLETELY BACK IN THE WINTER. But they 100% come back in the spring! I just need you to know that they do that though, so you're not terribly surprised and you tough it out, because they're so lovely when they fill a pot.

Sun requirement: Partial sun
Care instructions: partial sun, succulent soil, don't overwater.

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