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Many Sedum species were moved to Hylotelephium, and growers are careless about the science, so they call plants whatever they feel like. The problem is when we bring them home and post photos of our new plant under the same name as the lazy warehouse. So things get muddled online. It doesn’t help that first-glance distinguishing features are the same between the two genera, and they may only be separated by small details in the flowers. I use crassulaceae.ch for IDing and info, good luck :)
No problem! I should have mentioned, since the genera are so closely related, care should be the same so you don’t need to sweat that either. Some Sedum species are eh, stauder på dansk, and live outside in Denmark year round!
@markusian89 some used to be under genus sedum, but have been moved. It looks to me like Hylotelephium Sieboldii, regular, not variegated. 😊 http://www.crassulaceae.ch/de/artikel?akID=66&aaID=2&aiID=S&aID=3323 Hylotelephium all have the same features. They do not look like sedum and the distinguishing features aren't only in flowers. Any more questions, happy to help. Please check out my page on here and on Facebook.