Sedum sieboldii

Sedum sieboldii


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Let me introduce you to Sedum sieboldii, also known as the "October Daphne Stonecrop". Beautiful, blue-green foliage outlined in deep pink appears in repeating whorls of three leaves, on arching horizontal stems. Bright pink starry flowers appear in late summer, often continuing until the foliage takes on hues of pink, red, yellow and orange in autumn.



Hardiness Zone: Zone 3 to Zone 9
Light Requirements: Full Sun to Part Shade
Height: 15 cm to 25 cm
Spread: 30 cm to 45 cm
Soil Requirements: Average to poor well drained soils
Bloom Time Late summer to late fall
Planting Time: Mid spring to early fall
Use: Rock gardens, mass planting, butterfly gardens, edging, groundcover, container plant
Flower Colour & Shape: Terminal clusters of starry, five petalled bright pink flowers
Foliage: Whorls of three rounded obovate blue green leaves with scalloped edges outlined in deep pink
Benefits: Long season of colour, deer and rabbit resistant, drought resistant, attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds

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