As the name suggests, we are talking about a cross between two very common genera: Sedum and Echeveria, which both are very resistant and highly adaptable. It is a perfect hybrid to grow in your gardens, which needs very little attention. It is a truly unique specimen, thanks to the characteristics, that the "mother-genera" have given it: on one hand, it has the drooping habit of Sedum, suitable for decorating any room, filling it in a short time; on the other hand, it also maintains the typical shape and the bright colors of Echeveria, creating a wonderful cascade of rosettes of the most varied colors. With just a little attention you will obtain an overwhelming decorative effect! Here are some tips for its cultivation: It requires a full sun exposure, thanks to which it will show more vivid and brilliant colors, however in the hottest hours it is advisable to shade it. Keep it at mild temperatures and never below 6 °C, it is recommended to shelter it during the winter period. Water abundantly only when the soil is dry, avoiding water stagnation in the roots. It is recommended to pour water directly onto the soil without wetting the leaves. It has no particular soil requirements. A substrate suitable for succulents, which is well draining, is an optimal solution. They do not need frequent fertilization, it is sufficient to dilute the fertilizer with watering once a year.