Sedum

Sedum varieties, also known as stonecrops, are low growing groundcovers that can stand 1” - 4” tall. They prefer average to dry, well-drained soil and full to partly sunny conditions. Most of them have succulent foliage that changes color with the seasons. Different varieties bloom in shades of pink, yellow or white.

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  • Size varies depending on variey
  • Avg. 6” – 10” Tall
  • Average to dry, well-drained soil
  • Full to partly sunny conditions
  • Able to handle hot and dry areas with poor soil
  • Dry pathways or borders
  • Rock gardens
  • Gravel walkways
  • Spilling over banks or rock walls
  • Placed around roses and shrubs for added texture