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Posted 1M ago by @AdelynPlants123

My Golden Sedum has brown dots on it. I can’t tell if it’...

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It doesn’t look like pests. What kind of water do you use? It could also be mineral deposits.
I usually use water from my faucet. Or from the well.
@AdelynPlants123 that could be why. Try using filtered, distilled or rain water
Ok, thank you! 😊
Yeah I just got a rain barrel! I love it ! I have wanted one for years my husband not so much but I just ordered one and set it up. I just went through 4 gallons out of my barrel to water my plants. I love it and I’m getting a second one. I found one that comes from Canada and it’s great. Too bad you have to take them down in winter but I better collect enough water over the summer to last through winter. The plants seem to like the rain water and it saves my well water. I will also be able to water my garden with them also. I bought a large bag of rubber chips to help make it even in an uneven space. When it rains the water pours off my roof in two spots. Need one for the other space and maybe attach a second barrel to both. Rain water may help with those mineral spots. Put out a big pot to catch water for him and give it a try. Best! πŸ€ͺπŸŒ±β€οΈπŸ’•πŸ™Œ
That’s an awesome idea! I will definitely try that out! 😜πŸͺ΄πŸ‘ŒπŸ»
Are you sure it is Golden sedum? Was this name on the store tag? I am asking because this plant looks like Graptosedum Francisco Baldi.
So, It didn’t have a tag that said the name on it. I actually posted on Greg and asked what it was, everyone answered with Golden Sedum. However, it looks exactly like that photo. I do know that a Francisco Baldi is a hybrid of a Sedum. So I don’t know. πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ˜‚οΏΌοΏΌ
Add a bit of hydrogen peroxide to your water to soften it. Its molecular compounds are the same as water but with an extra molecule of oxygen. My plants love it! Do a little reading about hydrogen peroxide and plants 🌷

https://www.thespruce.com/hydrogen-peroxide-for-plants-8598430#:~:text=It%20also%20helps%20disinfect%20the,roots%20as%20the%20plant%20grows.
Okay! Thank You! 😊