Sedum SunSparkler® Lime Zinger

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SunSparkler® Lime Zinger:

Bright lime green foliage sports a crisp ruby red edge to form a dense colorful groundcover. Clusters of hot pink flowers last for weeks. Lovely cascading down a slope and for use on green roof systems. Foliage colors are retained from spring through fall. Compact habit forms a solid mat of foliage. Excellent as an underplanting at the base of something taller.

Full Sun

Height: 6-8″/Spread: 16-18″

Summer – Fall

Size Available: 1801


Sedum  SEE-dum

Perennial plants don’t get much easier than Sedum, a genus of succulents with fleshy stems and succulent leaves—also called “stonecrop.” A hardy plant that grows well in shallow soil, this is a sedum variety for almost every garden. Sedum enjoy full sun but will tolerate some shade. If growing sedum in an area that gets long, cold winters (Zone 5 and colder), plant in full sun to improve overwintering capability. Sedum grows well in poor or sandy soil, but it’s important to have well-drained soil to avoid fungal diseases. It is very susceptible to root rot if grown in soil that holds too much moisture. Overly-rich soil can also encourage leggy growth, which can result in upright sedum varieties becoming top heavy when they bloom. Tall, upright sedums form substantial clumps of foliage which can be substituted for shrubs in the landscape. Their stout, sturdy stems support the massive flower heads which develop in summer and burst into bloom in fall. If left standing, they provide winter interest and food for birds.