Published on June 7, 2012 by Casey
Evergreen, blue-green succulent leaves create a carpet that creeps along the ground’s contours and comes alive in July with tiny spikes of white flowers and contrasting purple anthers. Native insects and butterflies love the nectar rich bloom. A perfect plant for grouping in shaded, dry areas.
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Dry, shaded areas in Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia
Green roofs are becoming an environmental friendly trend in building. Sedums like this one are primarily used because its evergreen foliage is tough and has the ability to survive intensely contrasting conditions and still look beautiful.
• Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade
• Filtered Shade
Soil Moisture Preference
• Beneficial insects
• Deer Resistant
• Dry Shade
• Drought tolerant
• Climbing, trailing
• Rock garden
• Ground cover
• Mass plant