Sedum stonecrop

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SEDUM (Creeping Stonecrop) Zone 4

The creeping Sedums come in a large range of foliage colours and textures. Easy to grow, they prefer full sun and drier soil conditions. These low-growing succulents are a good choice for green roofs, rock gardens or containers. As a ground cover, they can be mixed and matched for a tapestry effect that will catch the eye.

Dasyphyllum Major a mound forming, evergreen perennial with blue-grey leaves. The 'major' has many erect horizontal creeping stems and overlapping opposite leaves which are tiny and round. This plant stays perennial in mild situations. When fully bloomed, Corsican stonecrop typically attracts butterflies! Carpet of tiny round powdery blue-grey leaves, remaining evergreen in mild regions. Clusters of white star flowers appear in early summer. White Blue-grey June-July 4-6” high 18” spread.

Dragon's Blood This variety forms a very low mat of rounded, red-orange foliage with small clusters of red, star-shaped flowers on short stalks appearing in late summer. Deciduous; trim stems and dead flower heads back in early spring. Shade tolerant. Marketed as an improvement over 'Dragon's Blood' Sedum.

Kamtschaticum ‘Variegatum’ Yellow blooms turn crimson, making a pretty contrast to the cream-edged foliage.  Yellow-orange Green/cream August-Sept. 6-9” high 18” spread

Lineare ‘Variegatium’ Low, scrambling sedum of muted soft green with a subtle creamy white stripe along the outside of the smooth, tiny, linear leaves. Yellow Green/cream July 4-6” high 18” spread

Little Miss Sunshine Prized for its incredibly dark green, glossy foliage, compact size, and tidiness in the landscape. From early to midsummer, tiny clusters of yellow flowers cover the polished habit. Yellow Green July 6-8” high 18” spread

Voodoo Durable and long-lived, Sedum spurium 'Voodoo' (Stonecrop) is a mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial with fleshy, green leaves copiously flushed with deep red. Sitting atop short, upright stems, clusters of small, rose-pink, starry flowers appear in summer.

More Information: Perennial Catalogue