Sedum glaucaphyllum

What a nice little stonecrop - well behaved too!

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This lovely greeny blue foliaged clump of rosettes will be covered in white flowers borne on 10cm (4") stems in June.

Sedum glaucaphyllum in full bloom...

Eventually it will form a mounding clump about 35cm (just over 1') across, and as it grows out from the centre will fill in with new growth continuously.

Its clean and neat appearance makes it a perfect choice for containers, rock gardens and trough gardens.

Tending towards a semi deciduous growth habit, it sometimes loses leaves in the fall – but don’t worry, new growth will emerge from the many buds in the crown each spring.


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