Sedum

There are approximately 400 different species of sedums primarily known for their ground covering nature. The wide variety of species and their hardy nature make them suitable for all different types of garden arrangements. Their growth habits range from compact mat-forming plants to shrublike low–growing sedum varieties (which are popular for ground covers and in rock gardens), as well as trailing succulents great for suspending in wall planters . Their leaves are generally oval shaped, very fleshy and can produce brilliant fiery hues when grown in full sun.

Sedum Type Description

Sedum Burrito
‘Baby Donkey Tail’ or ‘Baby Burro Tail’. Small rounded silvery-white leaves densely packed on cascading stems. Beautiful hanging basket specimen. Part sun/light shade.

Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora'
‘Pink Jelly Beans’. Plump pink leaves clustered on short stems. Fallen leaves take root easily but new plants often revert to green. Bright pink in winter when dry. Sun/part sun.

Sedum Clavatum
An upright shrub to 15cm with silvery rounded leaves edged a deep maroon forming rosettes at the ends of short branches. Sun/part sun.