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Sedum




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Sedum anglicum 'Love's Triangle'

Sedum anglicum 'Love's Triangle'

We finally got a name for the tiny bluish thing from Dylan, smothering mats of tiny powder blue leaves, masterful at finding its way into nearby and not so nearby pots, I assumed it was tender, no such luck, people keep asking for it so here it is.
$8.00

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Sedum cauticola

Sedum cauticola

It is hard to go wrong with sedums... and this is one of the best. Very glaucus blue foliage that flushes pink in full sun is neatly stacked on low, slightly trailing stems. It only reaches a few inches tall, spreading about a foot wide, and looks in many respects like a more compact version of S. seiboldii. Clusters of purple-red flowers at the end of each stem in the fall complete the picture. Zone 5
$8.00

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Sedum littorale (Phedimus littorale)

Sedum littorale (Phedimus littorale)

A big, fleshly leaved sedum that looks for all the world like something that would be tender, but has proved otherwise, apparently even hardy to zone 4. An upright grower to a foot or more with clusters of yellow flowers in early summer. Quite a nice plant, I'm not sure why it isn't more commonly grown. -Joseph
$8.00

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Sedum middendorffianum

Sedum middendorffianum

This has probably elicited more favorable comments than any sedum we grow, native to Manchuria and Mongolia; the fine textured bronzy red new spring growth is especially tight and cute.
$8.00

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Sedum obtusifolium

Sedum obtusifolium

Short stems of 2-3" closely packed with large overlapping fleshy leaves diminishing in size as they go up very different from any other sedum and well worth a place in the garden, Caucasus.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Sedum populifolium

Sedum populifolium

There are not many woody sedums, actually, this Siberian species is the only one I can think of; Hawthorn scented white flowers tipped in pink top 20cm shrubby mounds.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Sedum rupestre 'Angelina'

Sedum rupestre 'Angelina'

This forms a trailing mat of succulent golden-yellow leaves with clusters of yellow starry flowers in summer. When planted in containers or on a wall this develops a beautiful cascading habit and the foliage develops attractive amber tones in the autumn and winter. It does well in large rock gardens but it should be kept away from choice rock plants which it will eat____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Sedum sieboldii

Sedum sieboldii

One of my very favorite sedums. Each stem reaches maybe a foot in length and arch gracefully from the plant to create a little waterfall. Each leaf is glaucus blue and, in full sun, gets a gorgeous reddish-purple edge. Flowers are rosey pink and abundantly produced at the end of each stem in the fall. Essential for the front of the border or, most especially, trailing over the edge of a raised bed or rock wall. Zone 5
$8.00

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Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Fire'

Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Fire'

An improved Autumn Joy with thicker foliage and more uniform pink flowers that cluster thickly obscuring the foliage this is an excellent sedum for general landscape use.___ZONE 4
$12.00

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Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Joy'

Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Joy'

Probably the most popular sedum in cultivation and it is nice, a trifle overused, but nice nonetheless, mahogany pink flower heads in late summer and autumn, followed by showy seed heads, spectabile x telephium.___ZONE 4
$12.00

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