Stonecrop (Sedum spectabile)

Stonecrop

Scientific Name: Sedum spectabile
Common Name: Stonecrop
Description of facts and concepts: Native to Europe, these large deep pink flowers on 2’ stems bloom in September. Its fleshy leaves conserve water making it hardy in dry soils. The Genus is now known as Hylotelephium
Seed or division information: Seeds or divisions in spring, and easily rooted as a cutting.
Date of flower’s bloom (Month and week): September W2
Garden Name: Sunny Garden
Color of Flower: Pink
Height: 24″
Spread: 18″
Family: Stonecrop
Soil Type: Base to Acidic Neutral
Soil: Dry to Wet Dry
Light: Sun to Shade Full sun
Zone 4-10 Zones 3-9

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