unique and unusual stonecrop, Sedum populifolium has leaves resembling
poplar or aspen leaves and a twiggy shrub-like deciduous growth habit.
jagged foliage in a bright green colour make this plant a good foil for
other green Sedum or a background for low plants like Sempervivum. The starry white flowers are an added attraction.
This plant as I've found out, roots so easily even from quite woody branches, it's easy to make lots of little trees. A new one for me is Sedum populifolium 'Janet Poor', which I'll be trialing right alongside my regular species to see if it's superior in any way.
One of the very best of all xeric plants to use in your xeriscaping is Sedum - with over 40 different species and varieties from tiny and special types for hypertufa pinch pots, to some of the boldest and hardiest Sedum for Borders, there's ample choice...