This spectacular plant is a colorful, clump-forming Sedum that provides interest over a very long season. Green leaves have sweet cream/white margins that often become tinged with pink. The late summer blooms begin as sunny yellow and age to orange. It is a wonderful selection for brightening arrangements of green or blue-leaved plants.
The Sedums are known in folklore as the “live-forever plants”; many believe keeping one in your room will ward off life threatening illnesses.
Kind of looks like a peaceful pillow waiting for you to rest your head, don't ya think?
Light: Full sun Height: 2-4" Width: 24-36" Spacing: 18-26" Hardiness: Zone 6-11 Bloom Time: Late summer Color: Yellow flowers, green with cream edges foliage Habit: Clump forming Water: Allow soil to dry between thorough waterings Feeding: Not necessary Soil: Light well, drained soil Care: Tolerates hot, dry conditions
Suggestions: A great companion plant with Candytuft, Ice Plant, or Fescue. The sedums are always a great filler and addition to any area that is less likely to get water. Very drought-tolerant it is very nice tucked in the corner of a flower container with bright pink pansies or spilling over a stone walkway.