Sedums are nearly perfect plants. They look good from the moment they emerge from the soil in spring and continue to look fresh and fabulous all growing season long. They're also drought-tolerant and need very little if any care. Also called stonecrop, their reputation as an unflappable hardy perennial plant is well deserved, as they will thrive in some of the most challenging conditions we can throw at them. Additionally, they are beneficial to butterflies and bees.
The tall varieties are outstanding for cutting and drying. There are two plant types of sedum: Tall varieties topping 2 feet and low-growing groundcovers that form mats. All thrive in full sun with good drainage. Groundcover varieties such as Angelina, do a great job of suppressing weeds, but seldom tolerate foot traffic. Some of the smaller ones are best grown in pots. Sedums flower midsummer to autumn in pinks, reds, purples and even yellow. Zone 3-10.
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