Some varieties have alkaloids so they would be poisonous to
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Sedum spp.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Sedum purpureum.
no pets arent poisonous
They seem to leave Autumn Joy sedum alone but will eat Xenox sedum.
Yes, philodendrons are poisonous to pets.
Sedum is best planted in the spring.
Spring is the best time to plant sedum.
Sedum oblanceolatum was created in 1975.
Sedum ternatum was created in 1803.
The biggest predator of sedum is slugs.
Sedum albomarginatum was created in 1975.
Sedum caeruleum was created in 1771.
Sedum sexangulare was created in 1753.
Sedum dendroideum was created in 1828.
Sedum sieboldii was created in 1839.
Sedum Acre can be pulled back and plant something that is more aggressive where you don't want the sedum.
no they are not you can actually get them for pets
Aphids are the most likely suspects for feeding on and disfiguring your sedum plant. Either the black sedum aphid or the melon aphid may be hiding beneath the leaves and buds of a sedum plant.
Sedum is used on roofs because it has shallow roots and is not very tall. Sedum can tolerate wind periods of no rain.
Sedum roots the best in the spring.
Sedum is best divided in the spring.
Most shield bugs are not considered poisonous to humans or pets. Pets may experience stomach upset after ingesting a shield bug that should pass.
You can take cuttings of sedum and root them. This is asexual reproduction. However, sedum do have flowers and make seeds. This is sexual reproduction.
Chrysanthemums are toxic to children and pets.
Sedum bloom in late summer to early autumn. However flowers grow in many locations and florists get plants from all over the world. Cut sedum with a slanted stem. Condition overnight with deep warm water.
Just dont get a poisonous one
No, completely harmless. You can even have them as house pets.
Some people are creating green roofs. Sedum is an excellent choice because it does not have deep roots.
Mealy bugs, slugs, scale and snails can bother your sedum. Bees will pollinate it.
Some people cut it back in early summer so the sedum does not get so high.
Sedum is native to rocky areas in the eastern and east-central United States.
It depends on your local and state laws. EDIT!! Snakes are not poisonous! Something is poisonous when you ingest it and it harms you. Snakes are venomous! Venom causes harm by injection.
You plant red sedum in well drained soil in a sunny location. The roots are not very deep.
Plantea Family: Crassulaceae (Stonecrops) Sedum nussbaumerianum (Coppertone Stonecrop)
Sedum will grow in soil from 6 to 7.5. What it will not tolerate is clay soil or standing water.
Singapore daisies are indeed toxic to farm animals and other livestock. They are also poisonous to humans and pets.
While they are not poisonous (having no venom), wild rats (not pets) can carry a variety of diseases. Actually, those purchased in pet stores make very good pets. I had one for a few years and he was just great.
Pastels aren't poisonous if consumed but they aren't healthy to eat. You shouldn't allow pets or kids to consume pastels.
Avocado pits (and other parts of the tree, like leaves and bark) can be poisonous to pets, but generally not to humans unless they are allergic. No.
If you don't want your sedum, dig it up. Ask your gardening friends if any of them want it and they may help you dig it up.
Sedum leaves can be eaten but if too much is eaten, it can cause a stomach ache. There is no proven medicinal benefits.
Garter snakes refer to the small to medium sized snakes that are often kept by people as pets. They aren't poisonous and are relatively harmless.
No, leopard geckos aren't poisonous. I have a leopard gecko and on the first day of having him, he nipped me. It barely hurt, and leopard geckos wouldn't be pets if they were poisonous, so no, leopard geckos are not poisonous.
African violets are not poisonous to pets if they eat a little but not a daily diet. Warning; Cats love to eat African violets, maybe give your cat some cat grass so it will possibly leave your violets alone.
Sedum plants give wonderful color when many of your other plants have stopped blooming. It blooms in late summer to early fall.
Yes, holly is poisonous to cats. It gives them intestinal problems or causes throwing up. Do not feed your pets holly. (Poinsettias are also toxic.)
No. Horny Toads are not poisonous and have made great pets in the past, before some species were listed as protected and illegal to own.