Sedum Stonecrop

Fine Gold Leaf Sedum

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Fine Gold Leaf hybrid sedum is one of the most colorful varieties. Its bright yellow/chartreuse foliage look great in dish, fairy or rock gardens. Grows best in partial sun. Note: Fine Gold Leaf is more sensitive to intense sun, cold and wet than other...

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Lidakense Sedum cauticola

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Sedum cauticola is a beautiful low, spreading sedum. Not only does it have attractive glaucous blue-green foliage, but it also displays brilliant flowers that cover the plant. Cauticola grows best in hot dry sunny places. Purple-pink blooms appear in...

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Blue Rosette Mini Sedum pachyclados

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Sedum pachyclados Blue Rosette Mini is a clumping variety native to Pakistan. Powder blue leaves in tight rosettes make this eye catching sedum a winner in any rock garden or container. Foliage Color: Blue Winter Appearance: Semi-Evergreen Mature Size:...

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Coral Carpet Sedum album

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Coral Carpet is green in summer with foliage turning coral pink in cooler temperatures. White flowers bloom in summer. Sedum album species are very resilient and will acclimate to most environments. Foliage Color: Green & PinkWinter Appearance:...

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Gold Moss Sedum acre

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Gold Moss sedum is a petite, mat-forming variety. Its golden green foliage is covered with yellow flowers in summer. Water regularly during first year of growth to establish strong root system. Works well in rock gardens, between stepping stones, in...

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Hardy sedum plants for sale. Sedum succulents make a great ground cover in flower beds and trailing down containers. Choose from colorful varieties like, angelina, album, rupestre, sieboldii and other stonecrops.

Sedum Stonecrop (SEE-dum)


There are over 800 sedum varieties that originate all over the world, from cold mountains to warm beaches. There are two main types, Small Stonecrops which are more cold hardy and Mexican Stonecrops that are frost tender. Sedum are low growing, ground cover succulents that are perfect in rock gardens, thus the common name of stonecrop.

Sedum offer many unique textures and colors. They grow best with several hours of sun. If they don't receive enough light their stems will stretch. These low maintenance plants are drought tolerant, thrive in poor soil and spread quickly to fill the desired area.

Mexican Stonecrops are warm climate sedum that are much larger leaved than their cold hardy relatives. The best known variety is Burro's Tail, which trails well, making it perfect for hanging baskets.  Other varieties, like Nussbaumerianum and Pork and Beans offer more bright colors.

These are perfect garden plants. Sedums are decorative between paving stones, great fillers in containers and create colorful groundcovers in landscaping. We know you'll enjoy these succulent plants as much as we do.