Sedum Ogon Succulent has tiny rounded leaves that are a chartreuse color and grow on trailing stems. It will form a dense ground cover that stays low and spreads out about a foot or more. In the summer, tiny, star shaped flowers of the same color will appear. Sedum Ogon likes to have some afternoon shade in the Southern regions where it gets rather hot. Once established, Ogon does not require much water and it prefers poor soil that drains well.
Succulents tend to be drought tolerant and prefer poor soil conditions that drain very well. Some varieties can take a light freeze. Try succulents in a rock garden or in a succulent wall. Some even do well in a terrarium.
Spacing: Plant 8″ to 12″ apart.
Height: Grows 2″ to 6″ tall.
How To Grow: Plant in sun to partial shade.
Outstanding Features: They are easily propagated by taking a cutting off of one of the runners.
Tips: Drought and heat tolerant. Over watering can cause root or stem rot.
Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Borders, Landscapes, Rock Gardens, and Xeriscapes.