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Can Ice plant br grwon indoors?

Posted by noplantwiz NC (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 6, 11 at 16:23

Can you grow ice plant inside? I have one with hot pink flowers. It did have a couple of flowers on it but has stopped blooming and now the leaves are turning yellow and falling off from the plant end towards the tip end. It is in a south ( kind of south east )facing window but only gets really super bright light in the morning and then just bright the rest of the day?


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RE: Can Ice plant br grwon indoors?

It probably depends on the species. Do you have any pictures?

Aiozaceae generally need a lot of light and are probably not that suitable for indoor growing so if you CAN put it outdoors in the warmer months you might want to.


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RE: Can Ice plant be grown indoors?

I looked for pictures of my plant. At first I thought it might be a lipstick plant instead but then I found a picture of a Baby Sun Rose ice plant and that is what mine looks like. I knew mine didn't have the little thin icicle like leaves like most of the ice plants so I had to look for one with the bigger leaves.


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RE: Can Ice plant br grwon indoors?

Can you post a picture? Toni


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RE: Can Ice plant br grwon indoors?

In Ireland, the plant known as Ice Plant is Sedum spectabile, a succulent.


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RE: Can Ice plant br grwon indoors?

I ALWAYS think of Ice Plant as Delosperma spp. Interesting!

Take a picture of your plant and post it here.

Here is a link that might be useful: click here


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RE: Can Ice plant br grwon indoors?

I will have to get my daughter to take a picture this weekend and post it for me. Thanks for all the replys.


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