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  • Sedum kamtschaticum
    Superior green roof plant. A carpet of yellow flowers. In trials at Michigan State University, this plant survived over 80 days without water. Looks a bit like Pachysandra from a distance.
  • Sedum middendorffianum var. diffusum
    Very durable ground cover, with strong green foliage. Blooms yellow in early summer. Russet winter foliage.
  • Sedum montanum ssp. orientale
    Year-round blue-green to blue-gray needle-like foliage. Nearly identical looking to Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce', but a more heat tolerant variety.
  • Sedum moranense
    Intense maroon color in autumn. Very dense growth. A ground cover option for California and the south.
  • Sedum reflexum ‘Blue Spruce’
    Great blue-green color on conifer-like foliage with striking yellow blooms.
  • Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’
    Also known as Sedum reflexum 'Angelina'. Brilliant chartreuse to golden yellow foliage in summer. Turns coral red to orange in winter. Needle-like foliage. Great for adding contrast!
  • Sedum selskianum
    Often mislabeled in the trade. Mounds of green foliage and yellow flowers in midsummer. Great heat, cold, and drought tolerance. Deciduous.
  • Sedum sexangulare
    A green roof staple - vigorous, mat-forming Sedum, with tiny green foliage and small yellow flowers. Thrives in both sun and shade.
  • Sedum sichotense
    Also known as Sedum middendorffianum var. sichotense. Longer green leaves turn a nice crimson in fall and winter. Good plant for seasonal color.
  • Sedum sieboldii
    Also known as Hylotelephium Sieboldii. Mounding, blue-green accent plant with bright pink flowers in autumn. Leaves are edged in pink.

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