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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 'Angelinas Teacup' (SunSparkler Series)

Sedum 'Angelinas Teacup' (Stonecrop) is a mat-forming perennial with an abundance of very fine, needle like foliage that retains its bright chartreuse yellow color all summer long. The foliage turns bright shades of orange and red in cooler weather. Very dense and well-branched, this sedum selection does not produce flower heads, keeping the brilliant foliage mound neat and tidy looking. A great variety for rockeries, gravel gardens and containers.

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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 'Autumn Fire' (Stonecrop)

Sedum 'Autumn Fire' (Stonecrop) is an upright, clump-forming, deciduous perennial with a striking foliage of thick, fleshy, glaucous green leaves. Blooming in late summer and fall, a profusion of showy flowerheads packed with star-shaped, bright rosy flowers are on display. They are borne on stout, upright stems and rise with majesty above the foliage clump.

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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 'Bertram Anderson' (Stonecrop)

Long lived and drought tolerant, award-winner Sedum 'Bertram Anderson' is a lovely sight in the landscape with its masses of mauve-pink flowers, densely packed in large umbrella-shaped flower heads. They are borne atop the foliage of rounded, fleshy, purplish-gray leaves.

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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 'Blue Elf' (SunSparkler Series)

Noted for its beautiful blue foliage, Sedum 'Blue Elf' (Stonecrop) is a mat-forming perennial with an abundance of succulent-like, rounded, steel blue leaves. Very dense and well-branched, this sedum selection does not split open in summer and creates a colorful, weed-suppressing ground cover when planted en masse.

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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 'Carl' (Stonecrop)

Sedum 'Carl' (Stonecrop) is an upright, clump-forming, deciduous perennial with a fleshy foliage of thick, rounded, slightly serrated, gray green leaves. Blooming in late summer and fall, a profusion of large flowerheads packed with star-shaped, brilliant magenta pink flowers are on display.

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Sedum 'Cherry Tart' (SunSparkler Series)

Sedum 'Cherry Tart' (Stonecrop) is a mat-forming perennial with an abundance of succulent-like, rounded, cherry red leaves that retain their color all season long. Very dense and well-branched, this sedum selection does not split open in summer and creates a colorful, weed-suppressing ground cover when planted en masse.

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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 'Crystal Pink' (Stonecrop)

Sedum 'Crystal Pink' (Stonecrop) is a low-growing, clump-forming, deciduous perennial with thick, fleshy, bright blue-green leaves. Blooming in late summer and fall, a profusion of large clusters packed with star-shaped icy pink flowers are on display. They are borne on stout, upright stems that do not fall over, and rise with majesty above the foliage clump.

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Sedum 'Dazzleberry' (SunSparkler Series)

Sedum 'Dazzleberry' (Stonecrop) is a mat-forming perennial with an abundance of succulent-like blue-gray leaves that retain their color all season long. Very dense and well-branched, this sedum selection does not split open in summer and creates a colorful, weed-suppressing ground cover when planted en masse.

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