Stonecrop

Stonecrop

 

Tiny pale green succulent leaves arranged in spirals form a luscious carpet which is sprinkled with white flowers in summer. Great for alpine or rock gardens, it can take more shade but less heat and drought than most other sedums. Native to the Appalachian mountains of Eastern USA.

 

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Sedum glaucophyllum

 

Pure white

 

Zone 5 -10 to -20°F

 

Clusters of five petaled daisy-like flowers held well above foliage.

 

Spring

 

Succulent, fleshy grey-green evergreen foliage.

 

2" x 10"

 

Spreading

 

Rock gardens, dry slopes, flowering borders, containers, mixed plantings

 

Requires excellent drainage.

 

Full Sun/ 6+ Hours of Direct Sun per Day

 

Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

Usually trouble free if planted correctly in proper cultural conditions. For common ground cover problems and solutions, click here.

 

Usually trouble free if planted correctly in proper cultural conditions. For common ground cover problems and solutions, click here.

 

 
 
 
 
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