Grow your Sedum for amazing four-seasons of color!
Here is a plant that thrives in full sun to partial shade. Spectacular color all year long, especially in late summer and autumn when you need it most.
When to Plant
- Plant in the fall for spring foliage.
- Plant in the spring for summer, fall and winter color.
Where to Plant
- Full sun to partial shade.
- Sedum grows in the poorest soil, in places where almost nothing else will grow.
How to Plant
Remove poly wrapping before planting
- These are pot-grown plants with a sturdy, vigorous root system. Plant as directed, water, and you will be rewarded with years of abundant beauty.
- Loosen the soil to a depth of about 12 inches and work in peat, humus or compost to loosen the soil. Dig a hole about 12 inches across.
- Space your Sedum 12-18 inches apart. It will quickly spread and fill the area between plants within a year.
- Cut off the foliage, if any, to about 1 inch from the top of the plant.
- Set the plant with the sprouts or eyes just below ground level. Spread the roots to help the plant become established. Water frequently and thoroughly after planting.
- Perennials may be allowed to remain undisturbed for several years. Feed occasionally with a balanced fertilizer. Water during periods of drought.
- Never needs pruning.
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