Sedum fuldaglut shade

A good choice for tubs and mixed containers. Easy to propagate; simply break pieces off in early summer and stick them in the ground. Deciduous; trim stems and dead flower heads back in early spring. Shade tolerant. Marketed as an improvement over ‘Dragon’s Blood’ Sedum.

A graceful and charming plant, Sedum sieboldii offers blue-green leaves that are often tinted purple. They look great against the clusters of pink flowers that appear in autumn. They look great against the clusters of pink flowers that appear in autumn.

A sedum, or stonecrop, is a succulent plant that can survive cold winters, if you choose the right kind... In our search for the ideal stonecrop we have tried growing more than 15 sedum varieties. Some of our favourites are Sedum Yellow Queen, Sedum oreganum, Sedum Fuldaglut, Sedum kamtschaticum and many more! Partial shade. tree sedum sedum dendroideum. Zones CS, TS; USDA 9-11. Native to Mexico. Branching plant to 3 feet tall and wide. Rounded leaves to 2 inches long are yellow-green, often bronze tinted. Deep yellow flowers in spring and summer. For the plant sometimes sold as Sedum d. praealtum, see Sedum praealtum. sedum erythrostictum 'Frosty Morn A graceful and charming plant, Sedum sieboldii offers blue-green leaves that are often tinted purple. They look great against the clusters of pink flowers that appear in autumn. They look great against the clusters of pink flowers that appear in autumn.

Sedum Fulda Glow - Common name:Stonecrop - Improved Sedum Dragon's Blood. Soft rose red flowers and the bronze-red coloring of the leaves persist all season. Foliage will transform to a more vibrant red with cooler autumn temperatures.