Sedum spurium 'Voodoo'

Caucasian Stonecrop 'Voodoo'
Family: Crassulaceae (Orphine Family)
       

·         Hardiness Zones:  2-9
·         Height: 2-5 inches
·         Spread: 12-14 inches
·         Bloom Time: July to August
·         Bloom: pink/rose veins
·         Light: full sun
·         Soil: well drained
·         Moisture: medium to dry
·         Use: alpine and rock gardens, ground cover; flowers are attractive to butterflies
·         Care: low maintenance; easily propagated by cuttings or division
·         Concerns: no serious insect or disease problems
·         Native to: species native to Caucusus
·         Notes: thick, succulent, ovate, dark maroon-red leaves (to 1” long) are toothed near the ends; leaves are attractive throughout the growing season; deer and rabbit resistant
·         Supplier: The Flower Factory
·         Teaching Garden Location Code: Rock Garden C030

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Sedum spurium 'Tricolor'

Caucasian Stonecrop 'Tricolor'
Family: Crassulaceae (Orphine Family)
        
·         Hardiness Zones:  3-9
·         Height: 4 inches
·         Spread: 12-18 inches
·         Bloom Time: July to August
·         Bloom: deep pink
·         Light: full sun
·         Soil: well drained
·         Moisture: medium to dry
·         Use: alpine and rock gardens, ground cover; flowers are attractive to butterflies
·         Care: low maintenance; easily propagated by cuttings or division
·         Concerns: no serious insect or disease problems
·         Native to: species native to Caucusus
·         Notes: tricolor leaves (each to 1" long) are green in center with white margins tinged with pink; leaves are opposite, thick, succulent, toothed near the tips, obovate, flattened and narrower than those of the species; leaf color remains attractive throughout the growing season; deer and rabbit resistant
·         Supplier: The Flower Factory
·         Teaching Garden Location Code: Rock Garden C026

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Sedum spathulifolium 'Capo Blanco'

Stonecrop 'Capo Blanco'
Family: Crassulaceae (Orphine Family)
        
·         Hardiness Zones:  5-9
·         Height: 2 inches
·         Spread: 24 inches
·         Bloom Time: June to July
·         Bloom: tiny yellow
·         Light: full sun
·         Soil: well drained
·         Moisture: needs regular water
·         Use: alpine and rock gardens, edging
·         Care: no winter wet; set plant at angle so water runs off crown
·         Concerns: no serious insect or disease problems
·         Native to: western North America
·         Notes: powdery, silvery green leaves forming a low growing cushion, deer and rabbit resistant
·         Supplier: The Flower Factory
·         Teaching Garden Location Code: Rock Garden C024

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Sedum sieboldi Medio-variegatum'

Stonecrop Medio-variegatum'
Family: Crassulaceae (Orphine Family)
        
·         Hardiness Zones:  4-9
·         Height: 4-6 inches
·         Spread: 10-12 inches
·         Bloom Time: October
·         Bloom: deep pink
·         Light: full sun
·         Soil: well drained
·         Moisture: dry
·         Use: alpine and rock gardens
·         Care: low maintenance
·         Concerns: no serious insect or disease problems
·         Native to: species native to Japan
·         Notes: cascading mound of succulent powdery-blue leaves, with contrasting centers of creamy yellow; deer and rabbit resistant
·         Supplier: The Flower Factory
·         Teaching Garden Location Code: Rock Garden C029

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Sedum ochroleutum 'Red Wiggle'

                                                                    
European Stonecrop 'Red Wiggle'
Family: Crassulaceae (Orphine Family)
       

·         Hardiness Zones:  4-9
·         Height: 3-9 inches
·         Spread: 10-12 inches
·         Bloom Time: July
·         Bloom: light yellow; insignificant
·         Light: full sun
·         Soil: well drained
·         Moisture: dry
·         Use: alpine and rock gardens, containers
·         Care: low maintenance; divide in spring or fall
·         Concerns: no serious insect or disease problems
·         Native to: species native to Europe and Turkey
·         Notes: needle-like bright red foliage and green tips; turns bright red in fall
·         Supplier: The Flower Factory
·         Teaching Garden Location Code: Rock Garden C021

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