Sedum / Succulent 'Pachyclados'

Grower's Comments: Also known everwhere as Stonecrop

3 "

USDA Zone 3 to USDA Zone 9

Varies

Varies

Perennial and evergreen

None needed

None noted

  Drought Tolerant
  Evergreen
  Full Sun
  Part Sun
  Poor Soil

FUN FACTS

Sedum is a genus of plants that contains more than 400 different plants. A few of the species are vastly different in appearance from one another, but all of the species of sedum have several things in common. All sedums are succulent plants, and therefore have the same water, light and soil needs.

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SizePrice
3_1/2"$4.25
6"$7.50

Pachysandras Sedum is hardy. Ht. 3". Greyish-green leaves with notched leaf ends gives rosette a lacy look. Multiplies from underground stolons. Flowers yellow. Elegant cover. From Kurem Valley, Afghanistan

Sedum availabilities often vary due to sales and time of year, and keeping the inventory exact is not easy, to say the least. We like them in clay pots on tables around the Patio, in clay Strawberry Planters, or even planted out in the ground in a sunny nook of your garden, awaiting a surprise discovery by a visitor to your garden.