My mother has a sedum spurium plant that I absolutely love. Could you tell me how to propagate it? Thank you for your help. Vickie
You didn’t include a picture so I think this is the plant your Mom has.
This type of sedum, which is a succulent plantLearn how to grow and care for succulent plants at Houseplant411.com, has small green, pink, and creamy white leaves. It is also called “stonecrop.” In the summer it gets pink flowers. Sedum is very easy to propagate, just break off pieces of the stem during the early days of summer and plant them in some soil. It doesn’t even matter if the soil is normal, sandy, or clay. Here’s what it looks like in bloom.