SEDUM – Stonecrop

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Tried & True Sedum



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. Most often grown for their colourful and interesting appearance, sedums are also used to provide roof covering in green roofs. Sedums are low maintenance and attract butterflies.

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Varieties Listing

Tried & True Sedum Gobi

Gobi is a mat-forming, ground-hugging, and easy to grow stonecrop that spreads to for dense, attractive ground cover. The elongated, sharply toothed, thick leaves are pale 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. Gobi is tolerant of drought… Read more »

Tried & True Sedum Mojave
SEDUM, Mojave

Mojave is an attractive evergreen perennial known for its ground-hugging habit of growth. It boasts brilliant gold, round leaves that are flushed with pink, and produces stunning chartreuse-green blooms in the summer months. It is easy to grow and highly drought tolerant. Mojave provides delicate texture to any garden composition including rock gardens, mixed containers… Read more »

Tried & True Sedum Patagonia
SEDUM, Patagonia

Patagonia is a spectacular sedum that flaunts beautiful rounded, sage green and ivory foliage edged in pink. In the summer months, it produces an abundance of light pink clusters of blooms. This low-growing, hardy perennial is an ease to grow and quite drought tolerant. It is also a butterfly favourite! Patagonia is a great in… Read more »

Tried & True Sedum Sahara
SEDUM, Sahara

One of the most colourful of the Sedums, Sahara is sure to catch eyes with its stunning green-yellow, needle-like foliage. Its spreading, mounded habit is tidy and fast growing. Sahara is a sun-loving plant that is also drought tolerant and an ease to grow. Adds fabulous colour and contrast in mixed containers and rock gardens.

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