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Sedum 'Autumn Fire'

Stonecrop

Bold clusters of closely packed, rosy pink flowers appear in late summer, age to a salmon bronze and finish with a deep coppery red in fall. An easy-to-grow plant that not only tolerates drought, but seems to thrive in it. The sturdy stems of 'Autumn Fire' keep it beautifully intact throughout its bloom period for an outstanding show!

Sedum 'Autumn Fire'

Sedum 'Cherry Tart' SunSparkler®

Stonecrop

We’re thrilled to offer Chris Hansen’s breakthrough new Sunsparkler® series! Selected for compact growth habit, attractive foliage, large flower heads, and brilliant bloom color…'Cherry Tart' does not disappoint! Masses of brilliant pink, 5" diameter flower clusters explode above cherry-red leaves from late summer into early autumn. Perfect for the landscape or container garden.

Sedum 'Cherry Tart' SunSparkler®

Sedum 'Dazzleberry' SunSparkler®

Stonecrop

Compact, smoky blue-gray foliage makes an attractive groundcover throughout the season. Raspberry-pink flower heads range in diameter from 6-8” and put on a dazzling display from late summer to fall. A lovely accent to cut flower arrangements. From the breeding program of Chris Hansen.

Sedum 'Dazzleberry' SunSparkler®

Sedum 'Lime Zinger' SunSparkler®

Stonecrop

Chris Hansen has done it again! Lime green foliage with a crisp, contrasting red edge. Hot pink flower heads last for weeks through late summer into fall, and don't flop or fade! A perfect addition to the front of the perennial border, and works great in containers.

Sedum 'Lime Zinger' SunSparkler®

Sedum 'Matrona'

Stonecrop

Strong, shiny red stems hold large, pale pink flower heads which last well into the fall season. Surrounded by deep gray foliage and noted for its strong, erect purple stems. 'Matrona' was a chance seedling found by Ewald Hügin of Freiburg, Germany. Butterflies can't get enough of this one. Simply outstanding! International Stauden Union (ISU) Plant of the Year for 2000.

Sedum 'Matrona'

Sedum 'Vera Jamison'

Stonecrop

Low, spreading plants with gracefully arching stems are covered in round, smoky blue leaves. In late summer it is covered in dusky pink star-shaped flowers. Tough and easy to grow, it loves a hot dry location and thrives in containers and rock walls.

Sedum 'Vera Jamison'

Sedum cauticolum 'Lidakense'

Stonecrop

Delightful round blue foliage on low spreading plants with gracefully arching stems. In late summer the foliage is completely hidden behind tiny brilliant pink star flowers. Tough and easy to grow, it loves a hot dry location and thrives in containers and rock walls.

Sedum cauticolum 'Lidakense'

Sedum floriferum 'Weihenstephaner Gold'

Stonecrop
A favorite among the groundcover sedums, this one is covered in canary yellow star-shaped flowers in late spring. Tough and easy to grow, it survives in just about any sunny location and spreads slowly to form a lustrous green groundcover.
Sedum floriferum 'Weihenstephaner Gold'

Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce'

Stonecrop

A dense mat of conifer-like blue foliage forms a tight, weed resistant groundcover in any sunny location. In June deep mauve pink stems rise to 10" and are topped with brilliant yellow flowers. 'Blue Spruce' grows quickly and is easy to maintain even in the most unwelcome of sites. Great for rock walls, green roofs, walkways and containers. Evergreen in warmer zones.

Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce'

Sedum rupestre 'Angelina'

Stonecrop

A nice, easy plant that pleases everyone. A quick spreading groundcover with needle-like foliage that emerges chartreuse, then turns golden yellow in the sun. In fall it turns to rich shades of orange and red. Yellow flowers appear in mid-summer. Great for containers and hanging baskets, or as an underplanting in a full sun garden.

Sedum rupestre 'Angelina'

Sedum sexangulare

Watch chain stonecrop

A quick-spreading groundcover that turns shades of rose and copper in the sun, creating a tapestry of color that bursts in to brilliant yellow bloom in mid-summer. Often used on green roofs, it is highly adaptable and thrives in any sunny location. Tough and easy to grow. The species name is derived from its little leaves that appear in six spiral rows.

Sedum sexangulare

Sedum sieboldii

Stonecrop

Scalloped, silver-blue foliage with clusters of star-shaped, bright pink flowers in late September and October. Unique arching habit with the best winter resistance. Great groundcover to accompany daylilies. Also makes a great container plant. The entire plant turns light to deep pink with colder temperatures.

Sedum sieboldii

Sedum spectabile 'Neon'

Stonecrop

'Neon' was spotted in a block of S. 'Brilliant' by Richard Davis and Merriwether Payne of The Ivy Farm in Locustville, VA. A much deeper rose-pink sister of 'Brilliant' with thicker, more rounded flower clusters and more consistent color. Great impulse sales item with really wild color that is vibrant and exciting from a good distance away. According to noted horticultural high priest Dave Culp of Sunny Border Nurseries: "Wow, it's way better than Brilliant."

Sedum spectabile 'Neon'

Sedum spurium 'John Creech'

Stonecrop

Dr. John Creech, former director of the U.S. National Arboretum, discovered this little beauty in the Siberian Academ Gorodok Gardens in 1971. The small, scalloped green leaves of this weed-smothering groundcover are topped with rose pink flowers in late summer and fall. It is very hardy, vigorous and gorgeous weaving in and out of stepping stones or along a garden path. Ideal for green roofs, rock gardens and containers as well. Tolerant of light shade.

Sedum spurium 'John Creech'

Sedum spurium 'Red Carpet'

Stonecrop

A vigorous and long-lived groundcover that forms a dense weed-blocking mat. It starts red in the spring, stays red throughout the season and is not prone to reversions. Rosy red flowers appear in summer.

Sedum spurium 'Red Carpet'

Sedum telphinum 'Autumn Joy'

Stonecrop
Bold clusters of closely packed, rosy pink flowers appear in late summer, age to a salmon bronze and finish with a deep coppery red in fall. An easy-to-grow plant that not only tolerates drought, but seems to thrive in it. Introduced by Georg Arends of Germany. A top 10 perennial for many years. This brilliant display of color is sure to urge the butterflies to stop and visit.
Sedum telphinum 'Autumn Joy'

Sedum ternatum 'Larinem Park'

Stonecrop

A low-growing, succulent native groundcover for shade, it carpets the woodland floor with whimsical round leaves arranged in threes. In spring it is covered in white star-shaped flowers. A slowly spreading, floriferous selection from Mineral County, WV, via The Primrose Path of Scottdale, PA. 'Larinem Park' is more tolerant of shade and moisture than other Sedum species.

Sedum ternatum 'Larinem Park'