Features: Yellow,, starry flowers appear over the bright, golden-yellow foliage in early summer. The fleshy, cylindrical foliage has orange tones in the fall and retains this color through the winter. This creeping variety of sedum adds a bright splash of color to the garden. Blooms June-July. Ht: 3-6 inches.
Full sun, well drained soil.
Easy to grow in any ordinary, well-drained location. Water sparingly, very heat and drought tolerant. Stonecrop doesn't mind poor or rocky soils.
Uses: Great for rock gardens, borders and can also be used in containers. A reliable ground cover for any location and is striking spilling over banks or rock walls. Attracts butterflies.
3 plants located near front porch. Spreading slowly. Planted 1 plant in 2013 or 2014 and 2 plants on the left in 2015 and am encouraging them to spill over bricks.