Hardy Groundcover with Exceptional Seasonal ColorThe Lime Zinger Sedum, (Sedum ‘Lime Zinger’), is a hardy groundcover with exceptional lime green foliage. Use some for container plantings or as a compact edging plant along gardens or patios.Your Lime Zinger Sedum is a delightful choice of groundcover for almost any location. Its compressed appearance is perfect for keeping weeds at bay while its unusual coloring invariably draws the eye.Your Lime Zinger’s foliage consists of tightly packed, lime green rosettes edged with a red border. Each leaf is a masterpiece in itself, but displayed as a whole, it creates a dense mat of groundcover unrivaled in its beauty.From the earliest days of spring you can depend upon a reliable show of both durable color and fast growing cover in the most difficult of growing conditions. You can also rely on an additional yearly treat when your Lime Zinger bursts forth in its late summer splendor of glorious pink blossoms. The blooms will delight your senses for weeks before finally fading away to again reveal the lovely green and pink foliage.Your Lime Zinger Sedum is fast-growing sedum, resistant to leaf scorch, drought and heat tolerant, and amenable to most soil conditions It is also deer and rabbit resistant. Most people would expect to provide special care for such an exceptional plant, but your Lime Zinger will be a carefree part of your yard for years to come.* Flowers in Late Summer* Variable Seasonal Color* Drought Tolerant* Deer Resistant.
Compact Red CarpetThe Sedum ‘Elizabeth’, Sedum spurium, also known as Sedum Red Carpet, is a short ground cover that is a little different from the rest. The foliage is a dark red with green and produces a wonderful fall color. With a height of 3-4” and a spread of 24”, its’ red blooms flower from May to September.Sedum ‘Elizabeth’ needs to be planted in full sun in well-drained soil. It will tolerate most soil types and is drought resistant. ‘Elizabeth’ is a great choice for beds and borders, and the colorful flowers will make a beautiful and special bouquet for your home. An extra bonus is created when you plant ‘Elizabeth’ in front of asters or coneflowers.You will love this plant, and the butterflies and bees do too. This colorful mixture will certainly add a bright spot to your fall garden!* Red Flowers from May to September* 3″ Spreading Red and Green Foliage* Loves Sun, Heat, and Butterflies .
Intense Yellow Thrives in Full SunIt’s that plant that when anyone sees it growing, they always say “What is that plant?”. It is that plant that stands out because of its intense yellow color of flowers and foliage. Lemon Ball Sedum, Sedum mexicanum ‘Lemon Ball’, is a ground cover that does not disappoint. The super sunny yellow color performs so well in the heat. Rock your rock garden with this incredible ground cover that is a xeriscape plant. Once it is established, it needs little additional water. Grow it in the sun to keep it happy. Make sure it is in well-drained soils or it will melt away. Rock gardens offer interesting nooks and crannies to tuck this guy in, and typically offer well drained soils. They also work extremely well in raised beds.Interesting, fleshy leaves are arranged around the stems, and the plants make neat matt of that incredibly brilliant yellow color. Tuck ‘Lemon Ball’ into your sunny patio pots and hanging baskets to carry that same color through your yard. Use it as a ground cover in those hot, exposed areas. They make great edging plants too. ‘Lemon Ball’ is a no brainer to grow, and will accent your landscape amazingly well. Imagine this plant with some great companions like small ornamental grasses or sedges in complementary or contrasting colors. They are great in mass plantings around roses and perennial borders too.The star like flowers are also yellow, but hard to see from a distance as the leaf color is much the same. Yellow on yellow just punching up the hot colors in your yard. Lemon Ball gets about 6” tall and can grow up to about 3 feet across after a few years.Works well in zones 7 to 11. Well-drained soils and full sun keep this plant in great shape. Division of larger chunks will keep it happy as needed. ‘Lemon Ball’ is identical to ‘Lemon Coral’, and like ‘Angelina’, but takes the heat beautifully.* Easy to grow & care * Thrives in heat & sun * Great groundcover.
Sedum (Autumn Stonecrop) Summer Glory, Sedum spurium ‘Summer Glory’, makes an excellent green groundcover, particularly for hot, dry sites with poor soil. This sedum likes sunny to partially shaded areas of the garden.This variety of sedum forms a low carpet of small, rounded green toothed leaves that develop reddish edges during the cool fall months and it spreads easily to form a thick patch.Clusters of bright carmine pink star flowers appear in midsummer to early fall. A fast grower, it is also a good choice for tubs and mixed containers.Trim stems and dead flower heads back in early spring. Summer Glory forms a habit that is somewhat like Fulda Glow and establishes quickly.This sedum is easy to maintain and will thrive in poor soil, but should be well drained. Divide every 3 to 5 years to maintain plant vigor.* Drought tolerant* Evergreen in mild climates* Low-maintenance plant that always look good!* Attracts butterflies and is deer resistant.
Pink Flowers on Variegated FoliageThe Sedum, Autumn Charm (TM) PP14421, Sedum telephium ‘Lajos’, is a very showy, upright 18″ perennial that boasts blue-green foliage with creamy yellow edging.The grey-green leaves have variegated serrated edges and they form an upright clump. The bright pink flowers in mid-summer change to a rust red in the fall. Their stout, sturdy stems support large flower heads. If left standing, they provide winter interest and food for birds during the late fall and winter.Use this plant in containers, cut flower, dried flower, in mass or as a specimen.The long lasting flowers change colors as the fall season progresses and butterflies find them irresistible! The Autumn Charm sedum is quite drought tolerant.* Pink Flowers Turn Rust Red in Autumn* Variegated Foliage* Full Sun and Drier Soil.
An Outstanding Trio of Sedums for Year-Round InterestFlaming Carpet Sedum (Sedum sp.) is a hardy, colorful groundcover that offers year-round interest. It would look terrific as a container plant on the patio or as a groundcover for those hard to cover spaces.Your Flaming Carpet Sedum is a 3-in-1 approach to Sedum groundcover. When you plant this one selection of Sedum you’re really planting a trio of hardy, fast-growing and beautiful groundcovers to delight your senses all year round.Flaming Carpet Sedum is a mix of Angelina, Voodoo and Blue Spruce Sedum. Angelina features yellow-gold sprigs of needle-like foliage and upright yellow summer flowers. When fall arrives, the Angelina tips turn a fascinating reddish-orange that persists throughout the winter months.Voodoo Sedum has dark red foliage all year that is compounded by red flowers in the early months of summer. Blue Spruce Sedum has an appearance similar to the Blue Spruce tree. Its’ blue-green foliage provides definition and beauty anywhere in the yard and at any time of year.The combination of Angelina, Voodoo and Blue Spruce certainly creates a “Flaming Carpet” of Sedum for your yard that is sure to delight you all year long which is deer and rabbit resistant. They are also heat and drought tolerant.* Season Long Foliage Color* Heat and Drought Tolerant * Deer and Rabbit Resistant.
Red RampageSedum Fulda Glow, Sedum ‘Fulda Glow’, creates a striking display of color all season long. This easy to grow, drought tolerant sedum displays beautiful bronze-red foliage.Sedum ‘Fulda Glow’ has rose red flowers that appear on short stalks over the plant in late summer. ‘Fulda Glow’ is a low maintenance plant that forms 4″ of spreading ground cover.Sedum ‘Fulda Glow’ needs to be planted in full sun in well-drained soil. It will tolerate most soil types and is drought resistant. This plant can be divided every 2 to 3 years if desired. Winter damaged foliage can be cut back in early spring.‘Fulda Glow’ is a great choice for beds and borders and excellent as cut flowers. Need a groundcover in a hot place, try the Fulda Glow!* Red Flowers in Late Summer* Bronze Red Foliage* Loves Sun, Heat, and Dry Soil* Attracts Butterflies and Bees .
Bertram Anderson Sedum, Sedum ‘Bertram Anderson’, has 12″ stems of a glossy purple hue which are cloaked with cool, dusty-lilac leaves. This overall effect is one of a very subdued blue.In bold contrast with its understated foliage are the rose-pink flowers it produces in late summer. ‘Bertram Anderson’ Sedum would look great in a rockery, or as a front of the border “skirt” to delineate precisely where the lawn ends and the garden begins.If you are looking for the perfect plant for mixed borders, raised beds, sloping banks, or sunny perennial borders, this sedum is for you!You will need to provide ‘Bertram Anderson’ with good drainage for optimal performance, and it does exceptionally well when mulched with pea gravel or marble chips. Keep in mind that this drought resistant full sun loving plant does not like wet feet, or too much water.How can you go wrong with ‘Bertram Anderson’? It attracts butterflies, is long blooming, has lovely color, and makes a superb flower arrangement!* Dusty lilac leaves* Rose pink flowers* Long blooming.
Sturdy Stems Support Pink Heads Sedum Maestro, Sedum ‘Maestro’ PPAF, is a lovely sport of Sedum ‘Matrona’ with attractive glaucus blue-green foliage.In late summer, this sturdy upright 24″ perennial is topped with rosy pink flower heads that are made up of hundreds of tiny flowers.Sedum ‘Maestro’ retains its tidy, mounded shape every year and the stems do not fall away from the center of the plant with the weight of the flower heads like other sedums do. This plant is bound to be a very popular perennial in years to come.Special thanks to breeder and ‘Maestro’ himself, Gary Trucks, of Amber Wave Gardens for this terrific new plant. Sedum ‘Maestro’ needs to be planted in full sun in well-drained soil. It will tolerate most soil types and is drought resistant.‘Maestro’ is a great choice for beds and borders and excellent as cut flowers.* Attracts Butterflies and Bees* Heads of Rosy Pink Flowers in Late Summer* Blue Green Foliage* Stems Remain Upright When Blooming .
Sedum Voodoo, Sedum ‘Voodoo’, is a low growing, spreading, mat-forming sedum.It has dark maroon leaves and is commonly grown as a ground cover. Tiny, star-shaped, rose-red flowers bloom in late spring to midsummer.Voodoo is easily grown in average, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun, but it does tolerate some light shade.This plant thrives in sandy or gravelly soils, but needs good soil drainage to perform well; avoid overwatering.The plants should be spaced 12” apart when grown as a ground cover. Voodoo plants are evergreen in warm winter climates.Use in rock gardens, in borders, or on slopes to control erosion; best if grown in groups or in a mass for a ground cover.* Carefree plant* Easy to grow* Deer resistant.
This popstar isn’t a diva! We’ve had our brushes with fame. We’ve met movie stars, television stars, politicians and musicians. Some of them get a bad rap. Some of them deserve their reputations. Sedum Popstar is one of those plants that could have the reputation of being a diva, but once you get to know it, you’ll realize that there is nothing ‘diva’-like about it. This is a low-maintenance to no-maintenance plant that is very content to just ‘be’. It actually thrives in full sun and poor soil. Once you plant it and get it well established, you’ll never have to bother with it again, save for when you want to divide it to share with friends or to expand its territory in your own garden. This is a really pretty plant, too. Blue-green foliage covers a compact mound of dense leaves that are the perfect underpinning for the clouds of salmon-pink flowers the plant will grow every year. Sometimes the flowers are so thick that you can’t see the foliage at all for a while. What a nice problem to have, no? Order yours today and enjoy them in your garden. * Salmon pink flowers * Full sun * Fine in poor soils * Easy care * Almost maintenance-free.
This superstar is a super plant! Sedum Superstar is a low maintenance plant that will completely surprise you and become the star of your late summer garden before you know it. When we say low-maintenance, we really mean that it leans more toward no-maintenance. This sedum (also known as stonecrop) is a plant that is very happy to just ‘be’. It thrives in poor soil and hot, direct sun. Once it is well established, you’ll never have to bother with it again. Well, not true. At some point you will want to divide it to share with friends. This pretty plant has dark blue-green leaves that borders on dark-turquoise. They are fleshy, like succulents, and have a smoky gray overlay. Later on, as the season progresses, rose-pink flowers with hot pink carpels completely cover the plant almost hiding the striking foliage completely. Even though it is compact, this is considered a tall groundcover. It grows well in big drifts. Try planting it with other fall bloomers like Asters, Black-eyed Susan’s and Mums. They look great in large containers, too, so buy a few to flank a doorway or make the patio pop. * Deep pink flowers * Full sun * Fine in poor soils * Easy care * Almost maintenance-free.
Red foliage and pink flowers make a striking combo Sedums are a group of plants that are indispensable perennials for any garden. Tough, hardy and succulent looking, they add interest to your garden for more than 6 months from early summer until well into the winter months. Sunsparkler® Sedum Cherry Tart has a wonderful combination of cherry red foliage and deep-pink flowers. Try mixing it in with fine grasses or hardy groundcovers. It is attractive to bees and butterflies and definitely animates the garden. The foliage and flowers add color in generally challenging garden spots. These are drought tolerant and trouble free. They don’t need much more than a spring pruning, good drainage and plenty of sun. Even when going dormant the flower heads look great in the winter garden with snow or ice frosting them. Sunsparkler® Sedum Chery Tart is a fine single specimen plant, but for real impact plant them in group of threes and fives and watch them spread. Super hardy and astonishingly colorful, you can’t go wrong with these in your garden. Order yours from Nature Hills today. * Great color* Thrives in dry soil* Attracts pollinators.
The Sedum ‘Purple Emperor’, also known as Stonecrop, has dark purple, almost black leaves with compact purple stems. In the summer, they are topped with heads of pinkish, purple flowers and a plant height of 15” and a spread of 12-23”. This charming and colorful plant is wonderful in any landscape.This amazing sedum ‘Purple Emperor’ was awarded the Outstanding Perennial Plant Award from the International Hardy Plant Union in 2002.Sedum ‘Purple Emperor’ needs to be planted in full sun in well-drained soil. It will tolerate most soil types and is drought resistant. For a wonderful fall display, plant with asters or coneflowers.’Purple Emperor’ lets you create a great cut bouquet with its flat-topped flower heads, and it is a wonderful choice for beds and borders. If you are searching for a plant that attracts butterflies and bees, this plant is for you.This sedum is a reliable, hardy and low maintenance perennial. The pinkish purple flowers add color when it is most needed in the fall; if left alone, this great sedum plant will add winter interest and provide food for birds.* Flat-topped flower heads* Disease resistant* Mounded habit .
A classic pink and gray combo Whether you are a sedum-loving plant collector or new to the sedum scene, Sedum ‘Matrona’ is a must-have in your garden. Originating in the mountains in Germany, you know these are hardy garden plants are sure to put on a great display your temperate American garden.‘Matrona’ has thick upright purple stems, but gray-green leaves with rosy-pink edges. The foliage would be striking on its own, but just wait until it blooms! The mauve pink flowers attract butterflies by the droves and then turn a deep chocolate brown in winter, providing winter interest and food for the birds.The tall, upright plants grow into substantially sized clumps of foliage that can even take the place of shrubs in your landscape. They look great with other sedums, of course, but the thick stems and high domes of florets are also perfect foils for strappy grasses and low-growing groundcovers.Sedum ‘Matrona’ is a mother of all sedums and will certainly please you for many years to come. Don’t wait and order yours from Nature Hills today.* Large pink flower heads in summer turn maroon in winter* Striking gray foliage* Attracts birds and butterflies* Loves full sun.