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Sedum - Stonecrops

Members of the genus Hylotelephium, Sedums are essential border beauties in the late season garden and deserve a spot in gravel gardens. Undemanding, not aggressive, with fleshy, drought resistant foliage and lovely domed flower heads packed with a profusion of tiny starry flowers, opening to white, pink or red blossoms in late summer or early fall, they are a popular attraction to butterflies. Standing for months, their faded flowers and seed heads provide a colorful display in late fall and winter, even under snow caps. There are hundreds of Hylotelephium cultivars and hybrids to pick from. Which one will be yours?


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Sedum 'Autumn Charm' (Stonecrop)

A lovely variegated sport of Sedum 'Autumn Joy', 'Autumn Charm' produces gray-green leaves with soft yellow, serrated edges fading to creamy-white. The attractive foliage is topped in late summer with showy creamy buds,

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Sedum 'Beach Party' (Stonecrop)

Bred for both a compact habit that doesn't open up, and large flower heads, Sedum 'Beach Party' produces masses of star-shaped, light rose-pink flowers resembling mounding dunes.

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Sedum 'Birthday Party' (Stonecrop)

Bred for both a compact habit that doesn't open up, and large flower heads, Sedum 'Birthday Party' is a real beauty. It produces extra-full buds, gray-green to almost white, which tend to overlap.

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Sedum 'Brilliant' (Stonecrop)

Extraordinarily popular, Award-winner Sedum 'Brilliant' is one of the most durable and trouble-free of all border sedums. This upright variety sports flat clusters, 3-4 in. wide (7-10 cm), of brilliant, light pink flowers with long stamens that extend beyond the end of the petals.

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Sedum 'Cherry Truffle' (Stonecrop)

An incredibly pretty dark-leaved Sedum variety, Sedum 'Cherry Truffle' forms a dense mound of bicolor purple-black and gray-green leaves in the spring which deepen to purple-black later in the season.

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Sedum 'Chocolate Drop' (Stonecrop)

One of the most compact red-leaved fall stonecrops, Sedum 'Chocolate Drop' forms attractive mounds of lightly scalloped, glossy dark chocolate-brown leaves, which remain attractive throughout the growing season.

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Sedum 'Class Act' (Stonecrop)

Sturdy, compact and handsome, award-winner Sedum 'Class Act' is spectacular in the late summer garden. Opening from gray-green to whitish buds, earlier than most sedums, its large flowerheads, about 4 in. wide (11 cm), are deep, burgundy red, almost ruby-pink.

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Sedum 'Desert Red' (Stonecrop)

Sedum 'Desert Red' is a compact stonecrop with small blue-green leaves that darken in intense light and deep rose pink flowers in late summer which mature to incredibly shiny red seed heads.

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Sedum 'Herbstfreude' ('Autumn Joy')

Hard to miss in the garden! Vigorous, hardy, carefree, good-looking, with a season of interest lasting more than 6 months from early summer until well into winter, who could resist?

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Sedum 'Jose Aubergine' (Stonecrop)

Long lived and drought tolerant, Sedum 'Jose Aubergine' is a lovely sight in the landscape with its masses of deep, dusky pink flowers, densely packed in large umbrella-shaped flowerheads, and showing off atop dark purple stems clad with deep, rich aubergine, fleshy leaves

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Sedum 'Matrona' (Stonecrop)

Long lived and drought tolerant, award-winner Sedum 'Matrona' is a fabulous sight in the landscape with its masses of pale pink flowers, densely packed in large umbrella-shaped flowerheads, and showing off atop sturdy ruby stems that keep them perfectly upright, coupled with the fleshy, purple-veined and purple-tinged leaves

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Sedum 'Mr Goodbud' (Stonecrop)

Award-winner Sedum 'Mr Goodbud' has gained a lot of popularity among gardeners. This dusky Sedum spectabile hybrid enjoys denser buds than most, resulting in large flowers, up to 4 in. wide (10 cm) when in bloom.

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Sedum 'Pool Party' (Stonecrop)

Bred for both a compact habit that doesn't open up, and large flower heads, Sedum 'Pool Party' produces masses of large, flat umbels packed with star-shaped, light pink flowers.

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Sedum 'Red Cauli' (Stonecrop)

Magnificently colored, award-winner Sedum 'Red Cauli' never fails at providing a great show in the late summer garden. Opening from green buds, its deep raspberry-red flowers, about 4 in. wide (10 cm), are borne on arching, purple-red stems.

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Sedum 'Thunderhead' (Stonecrop)

Compact and strongly branched, Sedum 'Thunderhead' produces masses of huge, flowerheads packed with star-shaped, deep rose blooms. Borne on very stout and upright stems, they rise with majesty above a very handsome, gray-green foliage.

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Sedum 'Touchdown Jade' (Stonecrop)

Compact, with a low habit, Sedum 'Touchdown Teak' is quite unique with its superior vigor and multiple crowns that don't flop. It boasts glossy blue-green leaves, rose red stems and a vigorous, upright habit.

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Sedum 'Touchdown Teak' (Stonecrop)

Compact, upright, with a low habit, Sedum 'Touchdown Teak' is quite unique with its superior vigor and multiple crowns that don't flop. It boasts glossy red-brown to purple-brown leaves, red stems and a vigorous, upright habit.

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Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedums are almost the perfect plants. Vigorous, carefree, good-looking, with a season of interest lasting more than 6 months, who could resist? Even the bees and butterflies can't!

Sedum acre (Gold Moss)

Very hardy and drought tolerant, Sedum acre (Gold Moss) is a low growing, mat-forming, evergreen succulent perennial with tangled stems clothed with conical, bright green leaves. Small clusters of tiny, star-shaped, bright yellow flowers, adorned with protruding stamens bloom, just above the foliage throughout most of the summer.

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Sedum kamtschaticum var. floriferum 'Weihenstephaner Gold' (Orange Stonecrop)

Regarded as one of the best sedums, Sedum kamtschaticum var. floriferum 'Weihenstephaner Gold' (Orange Stonecrop) is a low growing, mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial with fleshy, dark green, spoon-shaped leaves delicately tinged with bronze. Borne in the leaf axils and at the tips of leafy, red stems, clusters of small, golden-yellow, starry flowers appear in summer.

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Sedum nussbaumerianum (Stonecrop)

Unique and eye-catching, award-winner Sedum nussbaumerianum (Coppertone Stonecrop) is a low growing, evergreen, perennial subshrub with attractive rosettes of thick pointed leaves, about 2 in. (5 cm) long at maturity. Yellow-green in partial shade, the leaves turn rosy-gold to bright coppery red in full sun.

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Sedum reflexum (Blue Spruce Stonecrop)

Deservedly popular, Sedum reflexum (Blue Spruce Stonecrop) is a low growing, mat-forming, evergreen perennial adorned with blue-green needle-like leaves, arranged around the lax stems like spruce needles. Clusters of bright yellow, star-shaped flowers create a smashing floral display in summer.

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Sedum rupestre 'Angelina' (Stonecrop)

Deservedly popular, Sedum rupestre 'Angelina' (Stonecrop) is a low growing, mat-forming, evergreen perennial with a brilliant golden-yellow foliage of needle-like leaves, which turns copper-orange in winter. Sitting atop 8 in. (20 cm) upright stems, clusters of small, yellow, starry flowers appear in midsummer.

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Sedum spathulifolium 'Cape Blanco' (Stonecrop)

Well-behaved, award-winner Sedum spathulifolium ‘Cape Blanco’ (Stonecrop) is a ground-hugging evergreen perennial forming an attractive carpet of powdery, gray-green, thick leaves, sometimes purple-tinged. The spoon-shaped leaves whorl around the tips, creating silver rosettes on creeping stems. Attractive to butterflies, clusters of bright yellow starry flowers appear atop short, thick stems in summer.

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