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Types of Sedum

Goldmoss ​Stonecrop​
Goldmoss ​Stonecrop​

Sedum acre‘s common name, goldmoss, is about as explanative as you can get. It is a low-growing groundcover that tumbles gleefully over rocks and other objects in the garden. The European native has become popular in North America primarily for its adaptability and ease of care.

Jenny's ​Stonecrop​
Jenny's ​Stonecrop​

Britton, N.L., and A. Brown. 1913. An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions. 3 vols. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. Vol. 2: 209.

Orange ​Stonecrop​
Orange ​Stonecrop​

Orange Ice' is a creeping, mat-forming, evergreen sedum or stonecrop whose dense foliage typically grows to 1-3" tall. Small, linear to oblong, light to medium green leaves (to 1/2" long) are sometimes tinted with red. White to pink flowers in clusters bloom in mid-summer above the foliage mat. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. 'Orange Ice' foliage turns from medium green to orange in fall and winter, hence the cultivar name.

Sedum ​Anglicum​
Sedum ​Anglicum​

Sedum anglicum or English stonecrop, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Sedum in the family Crassulaceae. Description. Sedum anglicum is a low-growing perennial with stubby, succulent, untoothed, alternate leaves.

Sedum ​Cauticola​
Sedum ​Cauticola​

The alpine selections of Stonecrop are excellent edging or rock garden plants, particularly for hot, dry sites with poor soil. This variety forms a low, non-spreading clump of rounded, blue-green leaves, flushed wi...

Sedum ​Glaucophyllum​
Sedum ​Glaucophyllum​

The alpine selections of Stonecrop are excellent edging or rock garden plants, particularly for hot, dry sites with poor soil. This species forms a low, non-spreading clump of light-green leaves.

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Sedum ​Lineare​
Sedum ​Lineare​

Sedum lineare is a mat-forming evergreen stonecrop that is native to eastern Asia. It typically grows to 4-6" tall but spreads by erect to decumbent stems to 12" or more wide. Narrow, linear to linear-lanceolate leaves (to 1 1/4" long) are light green.

Sedum ​Ochroleucum​
Sedum ​Ochroleucum​

This unique sedum is low growing with flattering needle like foliage. A great drought tolerant groundcover. Creates wonderful colour with bright red foliage with green tips.

Sedum ​Oreganum​
Sedum ​Oreganum​

The creeping selections of Stonecrop are excellent groundcover plants, particularly for hot, dry sites with poor soil. This species forms a low, spreading mat of succulent green leaves, like a tiny Jade Plant. Yell...

Sedum ​Rubrotinctum​
Sedum ​Rubrotinctum​

Sedum x rubrotinctum (Stonecrop) Jellybean Plant, Christmas Cheer, Pork and Beans With leaves resembling jelly beans, award-winner Sedum x rubrotinctum is a low growing, evergreen perennial with chubby leaves, about 1 in. long (2.5 cm), which spiral around the stem.

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Sedum ​Sexangulare​
Sedum ​Sexangulare​

The creeping selections of Stonecrop are excellent groundcover plants, particularly for hot, dry sites with poor soil. This species forms a low carpet of tiny spiraling green leaves, spreading to form a thick patch...

Two-row ​Stonecrop​
Two-row ​Stonecrop​

Sedum Tricolor is a "natural" for this area in Central Washington. It thrives here. Our garden soil is poor at best. I now have more than 15 varieties of Sedum and this one comes in second to the Blue Spruce Sedum when ranked for thrive factor. It is highly recommended. I bought it at the end of season for half price cost of $2.00.

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White ​Stonecrop​
White ​Stonecrop​

By October these starts became a 12" spread and turned a reddish/purple color through spring. Swear it even grew under snow! They really took off this year and are now very large mats at the boarder of my south-facing front yard rock garden. They became completely covered with tiny white star flowring clumps and were recently cut back.

Woodland ​Stonecrop​
Woodland ​Stonecrop​

Woodland Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum) (aka: Mountain Sedum) Stonecrop gets its name as being a common plant in rock gardens. Woodland Stonecrop is native to the wooded areas, does well when watered regularly and can handle sun to a shady environment.

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