Sedum (Stonecrop) are a very popular perennial known for their thick, succulent leaves and beautiful clusters of star-shaped flowers. An incredibly diverse group of plants, they are available in a variety of different shapes, sizes, colors, and bloom times. With so many to choose from its possible to have them blooming for three seasons out of the year! Once established they require little care and can withstand almost anything nature dishes out...drought, deep freezes, poor soil, full sun, it doesn't matter!
Russian Stonecrop blooms from early to mid summer, providing the landscape with stunning yellow, star-shaped flowers with orange eyes. Its succulent, dark green foliage adds beautiful contrast and is sure to please all season long! Its shorter stature makes it a great choice for borders and rock gardens.
Common Name: Russian Stonecrop
Botanical Name: Sedum kamtschaticum
Light Requirements: Full Sun to Part Shade
Mature Height: 6"
Mature Width: 24"
Bloom Time: Early Summer to Midsummer
Soil Preference: Dry to Average, Well Drained
Advantages: Attracts Butterflies, Easy to Grow, Rabbit Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Ground Cover
Hardiness Map: https://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/