GREAT COMPANIONS

Stonecrop

SEDUM FORSTERIANUM

(Stonecrop 'Oracle')
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Sedum 'Tricolor'

SEDUM SPURIUM

(Sedum 'Tricolor' 'Tricolor')
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Stonecrop

SEDUM ALBUM

(Stonecrop 'Orange Ice')
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SEDUM 'CHOCOLATE BALL'

Stonecrop

Very attractive, brownish-red foliage grows just 2–3 inches tall, with yellow flowers blooming on four stems from June to September.

GROWING & MAINTENANCE TIPS

Full sun in well-drained soils. Heat and drought tolerant. Rock garden, border, display as single
specimen or in groups of three or more.

Choose it for containers or as a unique addition to a summer succulent garden.

INTERESTING INFORMATION

Sedum is from sedo, to sit, which refers to the manner in which the plants affix themselves to rocks or walls. The common name, stonecrop, refers to the ability of many species to flourish on stoney ledges.

Plant Type
Groundcover

Bloom Color
Yellow

Foliage Color
Glossy Burgundy-Bronze

Height
2-4 Inches

Spread
4-8 Inches

USDA Hardiness Zone
7-9

Patented
No

EXPOSURE
Sun
SOIL MOISTURE PREFERENCE
Med-Dry
BLOOM COLOR
Yellow
SEASON OF INTEREST (FLOWERING)
June
July
August
September
ATTRIBUTES
Rock Garden
Balcony Pots
Patio Container Pots