Sedum

Sedum

Sedum, grown for their long season of flowers as well as their distinctive fleshy foliage, contribute more than their share to the cgarden. The five-petaled flowers often change color throughout their life, aging finally to beautiful reddish brown seedheads that can remain a feature throughout the winter; they are star-shaped, in clusters or sprays of usually flt heads. The like moderate to poor, well-drained soil. Most are very drought tolerant. Comapnion plants include smaller grasses, asters, salvia, scabiosa and heuchera.

Specifications

  • Common Name: Stonecrop
  • Zone: 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
  • Bloom: Summer | Late Summer | Early Fall
  • Growth: 6-12 Inches
  • Exposure: Full Sun | Partial Sun | Partial Shade
  • Water: Average