Sedum Plants

Sedum Plants are ideal perennials for spaces with infrequent watering. Butterflies and hummingbirds are attracted to the flowers and the winter seed heads attract finches and chickadees. Sedums are often used in place of shrubs due to their upright, compact, mounding habit with humongous flower heads that fully cover the top two thirds of the plant.


Sedum, pronounced SEE-dum, also commonly called Stonecrop, are characterized by their fleshy, succulent leaves which they use to store the water they need to grow. They are very well adapted to thrive with almost no additional water, making them great plants for xeriscaping. They are not susceptible to diseases and few pests pay attention to them; however, deer love them. Division will be needed every few years to keep the plant vigorous.


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Autumn Joy Sedum Plant

Price $5.90

The 'Autumn Joy' Sedum Plant is so-named because as the season progresses, its flowers change from the creamy ivory they emerge as, morphing through shades of pink, deep rose, russet and finally to a wonderful coppery-bronze before the flowers drop and the seed heads appear as dark mahogany. This Stonecrop provides a dramatic display regardless of the season and irregardless of the soil; it's very salt tolerant too! Each 3-inch pot contains one Autumn Joy Sedum plant.

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Brilliant Sedum Plant

Price $5.90

The 'Brilliant' Sedum Plant is an upright clump-forming, salt tolerant perennial that sports oval, fleshy, succulent leaves edged with creamy white; they catch the sun and seem to look like the silver lining that clouds can have. An Award of Garden Merit (AGM) selection, awarded by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), this Stonecrop's buds first appear green and somewhat broccoli-like, but then open to the most amazing, brilliant, mauvy-pink, deepening to russet-red, before giving way to the richly-colored seed heads that songbirds just can't get enough of. Each 3-inch pot contains one Brilliant Sedum plant.

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Chocolate Ball Sedum Plant

Price $5.90

The 'Chocolate Ball' Sedum Plant can sometimes be the color of moist mulch, so plant this one on lighter colored backgrounds for the most eye-catching effect. We suggest using this Stonecrop cultivar as a border along a grassy area or along a river-rock border or in a light pebble rock garden; its salt tolerance makes it ideal for beachy gardens too. Ranging in color from milk-chocolate brown in the spring to dazzling red in the fall, this sedum looks gorgeous all year round. Each 3-inch pot contains one Chocolate Ball Sedum plant.

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Dragon's Blood Sedum Plant

Price $5.90

The 'Dragon's Blood' Sedum Plant is a fast-growing Stonecrop specimen most often used as a ground cover, though sometimes grown in containers and allowed to cascade. Its salt tolerant nature means our coastal gardeners can enjoy it as well. Bearing brilliant red flowers at the height of its season, the true spectacle happens in the fall when the foliage turns vibrant orangey-red creating a fiery display that will have the neighbors "ooooing" and "aaaaahing" over the colorful exhibit. Each 3-inch pot contains one Dragon's Blood Sedum plant.

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Tricolor Sedum Plant

Price $5.90

The 'Tricolor' Sedum Plant is a treat even when its not in bloom. Blessed with fleshy, succulent, ovule leaves, this Stonecrop displays delightful shades of mellow sage green, creamy white and softest pink. Star-shaped pale pink flowers with deep blushing centers adorn this plant throughout the summer and fall. This low-growing, salt tolerant ground cover adapts itself well to even the poorest soils, so use it to easily beautify one of those 'not-so-beautiful' spots in your yard! Each 3-inch pot contains one Tricolor Sedum plant.

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Vera Jameson Sedum Plant

Price $5.90

The 'Vera Jameson' Sedum Plant was discovered in Gloucestershire, England in 1970 by its namesake, right in her own garden. It was a chance hybrid seedling at the time and is proof that miracles do, in fact, exist. A chance marriage between 'Atropurpureum' and 'Ruby Glow', the Vera Jameson Stonecrop is absolutely stunning year round. Its round, smoky, blue-green, succulent leaves mature to dusky purple. In the winter, leave the star-shaped pink flowers to dry to provide some cold-weather interest and then prune back to the ground before the first new growth appears in the spring. This clump-forming, salt tolerant sedum is perfect for rock gardens, along rock walls or in containers. Each 3-inch pot contains one Vera Jameson Sedum plant.