Sedum is a diverse group of succulent plants. With over 600 species of sedums available throughout the Northern Hemisphere, it would be hard not to find a sedum that wouldn’t fit your purpose. They are versatile, low maintenance, easy to grow and drought tolerant. Most often grown for their colourful and interesting appearance, sedums are also used in landscape, rock gardens, hanging baskets, planters and to provide “ground cover” on green roofs. These structure and texture plants attract butterflies and bees.
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Gobi is a mat-forming, ground-hugging Sedum variety. Its spreading nature makes a dense, attractive ground cover. The elongated, sharply toothed, thick succulent leaves are green and develop bronze highlights during the autumn. Tiny, star-shaped yellow flowers bloom in clusters over the foliage during late spring and early summer, attracting bees and butterflies. Gobi is tolerant… Read more »
Mojave is an attractive evergreen perennial (USDA Zone 4-9) known for its ground-hugging habit of growth. It boasts dark green, round succulent leaves that are flushed with pinkish-brown edges. It produces stunning chartreuse-yellow blooms in the summer months. It is easy to grow and highly drought tolerant. Mojave provides delicate texture to any garden composition… Read more »
Patagonia is a spectacular sedum that flaunts beautiful rounded, sage green and ivory succulent foliage edged in pink. In the summer months, it produces an abundance of light pink clusters of blooms. This low-growing, hardy perennial (USDA Zone 4-9) is an ease to grow and quite drought tolerant. It is also a butterfly favourite! Patagonia… Read more »
One of the most colourful of the Sedums, Sahara is sure to catch eyes with its stunning chartreuse-yellow, needle-like foliage. This sun-loving plant has a tidy and mounded habit. Low maintenance and fast growing Sahara is heat and drought tolerant. Adds fabulous colour, texture and contrast in mixed containers, low borders, hanging baskets, and rock… Read more »
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