SEDUM ACRE GOLDMOSS STONECROP
Goldmoss Stonecrop DROUGHT-WISE
Sedum acre is perfect STEPABLES Creeping Perennial for rock gardens, borders and parched paths where little to no water is available. Goldmoss Stoneecrop carpets the ground with deep, green foliage that becomes completely engulfed (and I mean completely!) with yellow flowers in summer. The deep green foliage turns a beautiful shade of red during cold months to give you winter interest on the ground. Use Sedum acre in and amongst stepping stones, a dry rock garden path, or along a fence line. Sharp drainage is a must. Over watering will impair growth.
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Summer ,Early Summer
Fast 12" Plus a year
1" - 2" (Low Grower with small flower),1" - 4" (Fairly Low Grower with taller flower spike)
Planting Area Environment
Low Water (Dry area little to no water),Normal (Rainfall under normal condition)
Seacrh Sun Exposure
Part Shade , Part Sun,Sun
Search Foot Traffic
Peaty ,Clay ,Sandy ,Gravel ,Normal
This Plant Is Hardy Above:
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Gardening Tips from Fran
Sedum acre is an old time favorite worth having. It is one of the best naturalizing,
Drought Tolerant/Drought-Wise ground covering perennials out on the market.
creates a lovely Sedum Acre lawn substitution in difficult spots, spills over
retaining walls with ease and generally gives your garden that special touch
you have been looking for.
*It does reseed, which for most people is a blessing, but if you don’t little freebies everywhere,
I recommend it’s golden offspring
Sedum acre Aureum.
**Many of our plants are listed as Not a Good Fit for
Kid Traffic/Dog Traffic/Around Pools.
These plants will work fine around these spots. However, please keep in mind that
(and animals) have allergies to bees or fragrances. While the plants may work perfectly
in the area that you have determined,
blooms may need to be sacrificed,
or a different plant may need to be determined in order for the area to be used free of concern.
- Fran White, aka ‘ The STEPABLES Lady’
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