Sedum Blue Pearl ('Sunsparkler') (PBR) - The colour of the fleshy foliage is reason enough to grow this drought-tolerant sun-lover, as it is a dusky shade of purple that intensifies as the summer progresses, providing a beautiful contrast to silvers and pinks. This plant is also valuable though for its long flowering season, producing small clusters of bright pink blooms, which are irrisistable to butterflies, bees and other pollinating insects.
Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ -- This plant is as dependable and adaptable as they come. Its flowers bloom from August into November; they open pink and mature to a copper befitting of autumn. It is 2 feet tall and wide, with succulent stems and leaves. 'Autumn Joy' looks great with ornamental grasses.
Sedum dasyphyllum major QUICK-to-grow, this effortless little groundcover features adorable foliage nubbins that withstand light foot traffic - making it an excellent low-water lawn substitute! Trim it back to create a dense mat and leave the trimmings to root & grow - you’ll increase your stand AND have enough to share! Growing to no more than 6” high by up to 15” across, it erupts in a froth of delicate star-shaped white blooms Summer thru Fall.
Sedum 'Purple Emperor'. A fantastic newer selection, 'Purple Emperor' came from England and offers very dark purple foliage crowned by clusters of pink flowers in summer. Name: Sedum 'Purple Emperor' Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: to 15 inches tall Zones: 3-7 Native to North America: No Why We Love It: For its upright habit and dramatic purple foliage.
Sedum Blue Curacao - Boasting brilliant color, these drought-tolerant sedums promise long-lasting beauty as they attract butterfly visitors to your garden. - Grows to 6'' to 12'' H - Perennial - Bloom period: late summer to early fall - Full sun to partial shade -Hardiness zones: 4 to 9