Sedums are a succulent plant that are available in a wide variety of colors and types. All are heat, humidity and drought tolerant and can grow in a wide range of soils. Most all sedum are low maintenance and easy to grow. Some attract butterflies with their dainty blooms.

Since they are so tolerant of the heat and drought they do well around hot surfaces such as a rock border or hot driveway. They are fast growing.  Even the most neglectful of gardeners will be able to have a nice landscape or mixed container with this tough plant.

Most varieties are resistant to deer and rabbit foraging, and most sedum blooms will attract butterflies.

We offer in our #4/1801 Stepables, #3.5 Succulents and Quart Perennials.

Scroll down for links to our sedum and to see each sedum offered in the categories.

Qt Perennial Sedum

Autumn Fire

Autumn Fire Sedum is similar to Autumn Joy Sedum but has a tighter habit and larger bloom clusters. It has silvery-green foliage and begins forming green broccoli-like buds in mid-summer. The buds then bloom rose and turn red or bronze in the fall.

The succulent stems and leaves are sturdy and support the large bloom clusters. If left alone, the bloom heads will provide winter interest and texture and serve as a snack for the birds that hang around.

Plant in full sun 15″ to 18″ apart. Grows 18″ to 24″ tall.

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Blue Spruce

Blue Spruce Sedum has blue leaves that mimic the needles of the Blue Spruce tree which is where it gets the name.  Clusters of yellow blooms sprout up above the foliage in early summer. 

Plant in full sun 12″ to 23″ apart. Grows 6″ to 8″ tall.

Blue Spruce shown on top.

Lemon Ball

Lemon Ball Sedum is a bright yellow variety that will contrast nicely with darker leaved plants.  The leaves are needle-like and fine on fairly strong runners.  Clusters of yellow blooms sprout up above the foliage in late spring. Lemon Ball is evergreen and very cold hardy.

Spacing: Plant in full sun 12″ to 23″ apart. Grows 6″ to 8″ tall.

perennial sedum

SunSparkler® Dazzleberry

Sunsparkler Dazzleberry Sedum has colorful floiage that can range from blue-green to red to burgundy in the summer. It blooms earlier than other sedums with bright raspberry red bloom clusters.

Plant in full sun 18-20″ apart. Grows 4-6″ tall and 16-18″ wide.

SUNSPARKLER is a U.S. registered trademark of Christopher M. Hansen.

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Sunsparkler Firecracker

Sunsparkler Firecracker has rosy-red foliage that forms mounds of color. In the summer it is covered in pink blooms.

Plant in full sun 18-20″ apart. Grows 4-6″ tall and 16-18″ wide.

SUNSPARKLER is a U.S. registered trademark of Christopher M. Hansen.

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#3.5 Succulent Sedum

We also grow sedum in our line of #3.5 Succulents. All sedum are succulents but to offer a wider selection, we chose to grow different sedum in these lines.

In the #3.5 Succulent Sedums, we grow Dragon’s Blood, Lineare Sea Urchin, Ogon and Rubrotinctum.

Follow the link to see our #3.5 Succulent Sedums.

#4/1801 Stepables® Sedum

In addition to the Perennial Sedums and the Succulent Sedums above, we grow a nice selection of Sedum in our Stepables® line of groundcovers. Follow the link to see the Stepables® Sedums.

They are available in our 1801 Stepables and we grow Goldmoss, Baby Tears, Blue Carpet Purple Form, Coral Carpet, Mossy and John Creech.

Stepables® are tough, earth-friendly, easy-to-maintain perennials that take foot traffic. These little green heroes can liberate your customer’s landscapes from that not-so-green mower, cut down on the use of chemicals and create lovely beds of color!

QT Proven Winner Lemon Coral Sedum

Lastly we have the award winning Sedum Lemon Coral in our Proven Winner quart line.

Check it out here.

Peace Farm Organics
October 2021