What plant can: be as short as two inches but as tall as two feet? have foliage that is purple, bright gold, variegated, silvery blue or blue-green? thrive in full sun or partial shade? produce flowers that are pink, white, yellow, ruby purple or pinkish purple? The perennial SEDUM, of course.
|Sedum Hypertufa Crop|
Sedum is the Humpty Dumpty of the plant world because it is often seen growing on rocks and walls. But don’t underestimate its versatility in the landscape. Sedum’s succulent foliage is topped by starry flowers in late summer and fall.
|Sedum Box Crop|
Learn the different varieties and uses of sedum from Master Gardener Carol Ullerich at Twilight in the Garden on July 25 at the Demo Garden from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.