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Sedums form a diverse group of succulent plants, ranging from diminutive mats to 2-foot shrubby mounds. They are most often grown for their colorful, clean foliage and ease of culture.
This is a vigorous, mat-forming evergreen species with small gray-green leaves and terminal clusters of star-shaped, vibrant yellow flowers in summer.
Sedum ‘Ruby Glow’
In late summer, rosy-red flowers appear atop small, fleshy blue-green leaves with ruddy highlights.
Sedum kamtschaticum 'Variegatum’
Star-shaped flowers open in late spring. This compact variety features leaves with creamy margins.
Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’
Pink blooms in August mature to a coppery tone by November for an appropriately autumnal appearance.
This lovely mound-like species has blue-green leaves with rosy margins. Rosy flowers appear in fall.
An upright species to 18 inches tall and wide, this plant bears pink flowers in August that persist into fall.
Sedum spurium 'Fuldaglut'
A carpet of green leaves with bronze-maroon highlights contrast with late-summer blooms of rosy-red flowers.
Sedum kamtschaticum 'Weihenstephaner Gold'
This low-growing sedum has dependable, dark bronzy green foliage and prolific flowering.
Sedum 'Postman's Pride'
'Postman's Pride' has a semi-upright habit and dark foliage. It produces masses of red to purple flowers in late summer and is a wonderful plant for sunny, dry locations.
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