Sedum Gallery

All the great stonecrops in the nursery

Sedum, sometimes known by it's common name of Stonecrop, is an amazingly diverse genus.  There are short stubby ones, tall robust types, and everything in between.  This gallery is a collection of pictures to illustrate just how many different ones there are:

The mixed textures and colors of Sedum are outstanding

Click on any of the pictures below to open the gallery and see a bigger image:

Sedum acre
Sedum album
Sedum album athoun
Sedum album 'Faro Form'
Sedum album Dark Red Form
Sedum brevifolium
Sedum cauticola (also known as Sedum cauticolum)
Sedum cyaneum 'Rose Carpet'
Sedum cyaneum 'Willy Bellot'
Sedum dasyphyllum
Sedum divergens
Sedum ewersii
Sedum forsterianum
Sedum glaucaphyllum
Sedum kamtschaticum
Sedum middenformianum
Sedum lydium
Sedum obtusifolium
Sedum oreganum
Sedum pachyclados 'White Diamond'
Sedum pluricaule
Sedum reflexum 'Angelina'
Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce'
Sedum reflexum 'Sandy's Silver Crest' flowers
Sedum reflexum 'Sandy's Silver Crest'
Sedum selskianum
Sedum selskianum 'Variegatum'
Sedum spathufolium
Sedum spathufolium 'Purpureum'
Sedum spathufolium and Sedum sexangulare; a perfect pairing
Sedum sexangulare
Sedum spurium album 'Superbum'
Sedum spurium 'Fruland'
Sedum spurium 'Iain Deane'
Sedum spurium 'Voodoo'

Growing Sedum in their favorite place in full sun, in a well drained raised rock wall.  They thrive in the sandy soil mixed with a tiny amount of steer manure.  Top with some lava rock for mulch, and away they go.

Sedum stock plants growing and thriving in the rock wall

Planters and Containers...

...range from miniature...

Sempervivum Sphere

...to spectacular.

Painted Pots are fun...

Creative painting techniques add flair

Butterfly Garden Kit

Sedum for Containers Plugs

Sedum for Borders Plugs

Sedum Unrooted Cuttings

Sedum for Green Roof Plugs

Sedum for Ground Covers Plugs