Sedum


An improvement over older tall sedums, this cultivar is often grown for its deeper pink flowers, stronger stems and sturdier habit that provides visual interest through the winter months. Its waxy blue-green foliage forms a dense, knee-high clump. Bronze-red seed heads provide food for birds in fall.


Our #1 top-selling Sedum; one of the most widely planted cultivars. This classic perennial remains popular with today's landscapers because it is easy to grow, requires very little maintenance, and is adaptable to any well-drained soil. Rose pink flowers mature into bronze seed heads which last through winter.


Bearing brighter pink flowers than many tall sedums, this more compact cultivar forms a dense clump of gray-green foliage. Pink stems and leaf margins echo the flower color late in the season. This easy to grow, low maintenance perennial is great in containers and near the front of landscape beds.


This alpine stonecrop is ideal for rock gardens, troughs and planting in the crevices of stone walls. Its arching stems are lined with rounded, blue-gray leaves flushed with purple, forming a low, spreading mound over time. Brilliant pink, star-shaped flowers which attract pollinators blanket the foliage late in the season.


This fast growing, evergreen succulent is versatile in its use in containers, planted along rock walls, or as an easy groundcover in areas with poor soil. Its rapidly spreading, citron yellow, needle-like foliage takes on vivid orange-red tones in cool weather. Yellow flowers blend into the foliage but are attractive to pollinators.


From breeder Chris Hansen comes a fantastic series of sedums selected for their solid disease resistance, tremendous vigor and season-long color. Chris trials his plants extensively while subjecting them to overhead watering and outdoor wintering in tiny plugs with no cover. Very few pass his stringent tests and become worthy of the SunSparkler name. 'Dazzleberry' forms a low, spreading mound of smoky blue-gray foliage that becomes completely enveloped in brilliant raspberry colored flowers that attract pollinators like crazy.


From breeder Chris Hansen comes a fantastic series of sedums selected for their solid disease resistance, tremendous vigor and season-long color. Chris trials his plants extensively while subjecting them to overhead watering and outdoor wintering in tiny plugs with no cover. Very few pass his stringent tests and become worthy of the SunSparkler name. This greatly improved groundcover-type sedum forms a weed-suppressing blanket of burgundy red foliage that keeps its color all season. Vibrant pink flowers appear late in the season.


From breeder Chris Hansen comes a fantastic series of sedums selected for their solid disease resistance, tremendous vigor and season-long color. Chris trials his plants extensively while subjecting them to overhead watering and outdoor wintering in tiny plugs with no cover. Very few pass his stringent tests and become worthy of the SunSparkler name. This upright selection forms a tight clump of shiny jade green leaves on cherry red stems. Rose pink flower clusters top the foliage in late summer.


From breeder Chris Hansen comes a fantastic series of sedums selected for their solid disease resistance, tremendous vigor and season-long color. Chris trials his plants extensively while subjecting them to overhead watering and outdoor wintering in tiny plugs with no cover. Very few pass his stringent tests and become worthy of the SunSparkler name. 'Lime Zinger' forms a solid, slowly spreading, weed-suppressing mat of rounded, apple green leaves with pink edges. Hot pink flowers are an added bonus late in the season.


2019 Plant of the Year - Chelsea Flower Show! This eye-catching sport of 'Gold Carpet' has striking creamy yellow and green serrated foliage that draws attention even from a distance. It forms a low, dense clump and spreads slowly to form a small-scale groundcover. Terminal clusters of canary yellow flowers add to its appeal. Appreciates afternoon shade and more moisture in warm climates. Breeder: Hortech, Inc.