Offering a wide array of foliage
shapes, sizes and color beginning green and shifting to
russet, copper or deep
Sedum is undoubtedly one of the hardiest, low-maintenance groundcovers available.
With thick, succulent leaves that store water, it will thrive in a wide variety of situations including
and even moderate
with little to no care.
love the variety of
that evolve in color from golden to red or mauve to burgundy and
(often until frost) and later than most groundcovers.
The taller varieties, such as
make splendid specimen plantings and lovely cut flowers that last for weeks.
Lower lying varieties are perfect mats of luscious color and are works of art when left to
over window boxes or amongst rock gardens.
Other uses are
between stepping stones,
edging and border
applications and even large, empty
Every garden needs at least one variety of Sedum, but we have a feeling once you begin to explore our selections, you'll find yourself quickly addicted to this versatile and vibrant plant.
(Orange/Kamschatka Stonecrop) Jewel tones glisten on this hardy groundcover. Semi-evergreen foliage whorls around the stems with topaz yellow flowers in summer that give way to rusty amber centers in fall, 3-4" tall.
(Spruce stonecrop) From early to late summer, this dense semi-evergreen stonecrop is blanketed in egg-yolk yellow blossoms. The subtle blue-green foliage is a thick carpet resembling spruce trees. 4-6" tall.
(Stonecrop) A soft sage rosette of succulent foliage that turns eggplant purple as fall nears with profuse pink star-shaped flowers that cover the plant from early-summer through autumn. Mature height 9-12".