Sedum Lemon Ball Growing and Care

Sedum rupestre Lemon Ball

Sedum rupestre Lemon Ball (SEE-dum rue-PES-tree) is part of the Crassulaceae family of plants, also known as stonecrops or the orpine family.   The genus name comes from the Latin word

How To Grow and Care For Sedum Angelina

Potted Sedem angelina planted in clay pot

Sedum Angelina (SEE-dum an-ju-LEE-na) is an evergreen, perennial, mat forming succulent native to the mountainous areas of Western and Central Europe. This member of the Crassulaceae family is also called

How To Grow Coppertone Stonecrop (Sedum Nussbaumerianum)

The Coppertone Sedum nussbaumerianum

Sedum nussbaumerianum [SEE-dum] [nuss-baw-mer-see-AH-nuh] is a subshrub with rosettes of copper-colored leaves. It’s an easy to grow succulent coming from Mexico. It’s commonly called a Coppertone stonecrop or Coppertone sedum and

Tips On Blue Pearl Sedum Care

Dark leaves of the Blue Pearl Sedum

Blue Pearl Sedum (SEE-dum) is a Sedum hybrid developed by Chris Hansen, a plant breeder fascinated with these ultra-hardy perennials.  This perennial succulent belongs to the sedum or stonecrop family. 

Sedum Autumn Joy Care: How To Grow Hylotelephium

Hylotelephium ‘Autumn Joy’

Sedum Autumn Joy also known as Hylotelephium (hy-loh-te-LEE-fee-um) is a herbaceous perennial originating in China and belongs to the family Crassulacea. The plant gets its name from the beautiful flowers that

Sedum Acre Care: Growing The Goldmoss Stonecrop

Flowering Gold moss Sedum

Sedum acre [SEE-dum AK-REE] the goldmoss stonecrop is a low growing, perennial flowering, evergreen succulent plant. Its known by several common names: Mossy Stonecrop Goldmoss Sedum Biting Stonecrop Wallpaper The Goldmoss

Sedum Plant Care: Learn How To Grow Stonecrop Plants

Pink and white flower of the Sedum plant

Sedum (SEE-dum) commonly known as “Stonecrop” or “spreading Stonecrop”, is a flowering perennial succulent belonging to the Crassulaceae (krass-yoo-LAY-see-ee) family. There are over 400 different Sedum plant varieties. One sedum