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Stonecrop

Stonecrop 'Munstead Dark Red' (Sedum telephium)

A clump-forming, upright selection. Produces reddish green foliage and dark purple-red flowers. One of the least demanding, most satisfying perennials in the garden.

Stonecrop, October Daphne

Stonecrop, October Daphne (Sedum sieboldii)

Native to Japan, the sieboldii species of Sedum is also known as October Daphne. The blue-green leaves are often tipped with red. Variegated leaf varieties also exist and both types bring a cool touch to hot, sunny plantings. Starry blooms appear in autumn.

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Stonecrop 'Ogon' (Sedum makinoi)

Forms a beautiful golden mat of succulent, pink-flushed foliage. Summer blooms attract butterflies. One of the least demanding, most satisfying perennials in the garden.

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Stonecrop 'Oracle' (Sedum forsterianum)

Foliage forms a dense mound of handsome blue-green spiky leaves. Attracts butterflies to the garden. One of the least demanding, most satisfying perennials in the garden.

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Stonecrop 'Orange Ice' (Sedum album)

Small white blooms above a mat of plump, green to orange leaves. An easy-to-grow, long-lived selection that is heat and drought tolerant. A wonderful compliment to plants with broad or vertical foliage.

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Stonecrop 'Postman's Pride' (Sedum x hybrida)

Stunning dark brown leaves combine beautifully with pinkish-red flowers. Attracts butterflies to the garden. One of the least demanding, most satisfying perennials in the garden. U.S. Plant Patent #1 6,831.

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Stonecrop 'Purple Form' (Sedum hispanicum)

Tight gray-blue foliage changes to deep blue and then to purple when cold. Provides clusters of star-shaped blooms. Pink flowers attract butterflies to the garden.

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Stonecrop (Sedum ellacombianum)

Dark green leaves form a loose evergreen mat. Clusters of pink buds open to star-shaped, golden yellow flowers. This very popular and dependable selection attracts butterflies.

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Stonecrop (Sedum species)

The genus Sedum includes a broad-range of succulent-leaved plants. Some are very upright and suited to the average perennial garden. Others are mounding or spreading and thrive in poor, droughty planting sites. All have dainty star-like blooms that grow in clusters of various density…

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Stonecrop Silver Frost™ (Sedum nevii)

A mat of silvery foliage is topped with white star-shaped flowers. Attracts butterflies to the garden. Adds lasting color to hot, dry locations.