Ogon is a bright gold, tiny leaved variety. Its flat round leaves grow parallel to the ground. Ogon will spread about 10" a year and will do best if protected from the afternoon sun in hot regions. Yellow flowers bloom in summer. This sedum species is an herbaceous plant. This means that it dies down in the winter. New growth comes back the next season. Plant is native to Japan. It looks especially impressive when planted with a variegated foliage variety or a plant with dark leaves.
Note: Ogon is more sensitive to intense sun, cold and wet than other sedum varieties until well established.
2-4" tall x 8-12" wide
You'll receive an approx. 3" pot sized plant.
All plants are shipped bare root with an established, healthy root system.
Cold Hardiness Zones:
6-11; View Map
Cold Hardy to 0° to -10°F
Sedum offer lots of variety in texture, color and growth habit. There are both ground cover, trailing varieties as well as varieties that grow in clumps. Like other succulents, sedum grow best with full sun, light watering and excellent drainage. They are an indispensable succulent plant that has a place in any garden or succulent project.