Flowering in late summer and autumn, Sedum comes in 3 different varieties; tall branching varieties, creeping ground covers and trailing varieties. It is best to plant Sedum on more temperate days, not in the heat of summer. Most Sedums can be propagated via leaf, stem cuttings, division or seed. They are quite drought tolerant however may require more water in summer.

Sedum Varieties

Sedum Adolphii

Sedum Adolphii is a trailing ground cover that looks great in hanging baskets or draping over a potted arrangement. The leaves are yellow with dark

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