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Why Plant Sedum?

Sedum is an excellent choice for hot, sunny, dry areas of the garden.  Most of the sedum we grow make a wonderful ground cover in sunny areas.  They do not require much moisture and form attractive colorful mats that usually can tolerate foot traffic.  The color impact can be from flowers or the often colorful foliage.  Sedum should be grown in area with good drainage, especially in winter.  The taller Sedum make wonderful accent plants, planted singly or in groups of three.  They are deer resistant and are very attractive to butterflies. Although they usually bloom late summer to fall, they are attractive much of the year because of their striking foliage. None of the sedum we sell are invasive.  They slowly expand to fill in the garden.

This year we are growing many of the SunSparkler®  series developed by Chris Hansen.   The sedum in this series are unique,  extremely colorful and make an eye-catching addition to your garden!

Low, Mat Forming Sedum
Sedum kamtschaticum var. floriferum 'Weihenstephaner Gold'
Sedum sieboldii 
Sedum ocholeucum ‘Red Wiggle’
Sedum  ‘Lemon Ball’
Sedum album ‘Coral Carpet’
Sedum dasyphyllum ‘Major’  
Sedum sourium ‘Voodoo’
Sedum spurium ‘Fuldaglut’
Sedum spurium ‘Dragon’s Blood’
Tender Sedum
These two tender sedum can not survive our winters, but look great in troughs or containers.

Sedum adolphii ‘Firestorm’
Sedum japonicum  ‘Tokyo Sun’

Sedum ‘Autumn Fire’

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