Ground-cover sedum is adapted to temperate climates.

Ground-cover sedum requires well-drained soil and plenty of sunlight. These plants are often featured in rock gardens.

Handsome succulent leaves on creeping stems make this a good ground cover for a sunny slope; it also grows well in a trough or on top of a wall. Domed clusters of star-shaped flowers vary in color from red to pink to white, and bloom in summer.

Ground-Cover Sedum Quick Facts

Scientific Name: Sedum spurium

Common Name: Ground-cover sedum

Plant Type: Perennial

Growing Zones for Ground-Cover Sedum: Hardy to zone 4

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