SEDUM SEEDS

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  1. SEDUM AIZOON

    From Western Siberia (so it should be hardy) and Japan, comes this herbaceous, trouble free plant. In spring many stout stems clad in toothed, fleshy leaves arise from a stout rootstock. Large heads of rich yellow flowers are produced from June until August. We are offering the 'best form' - Sedum aizoon ssp. maximowiczii. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  2. SEDUM ELLACOMBEANUM

    An ever-popular rockery plant forming a close mat of evergreen, fleshy, dark green leaves and low flat compound heads of numerous bright yellow flowers. (Sedum kamtschaticum var. ellacombeanum) ... Learn More

    $2.99

  3. SEDUM OBCORDATUM

    Low trailing stems carrying close-packed, succulent leaves, terminate in rosettes from which arise short stems bearing many creamy yellow star flowers. A very long-lived and hardy plant which is perfect hanging over a wall or for the front of a rockery. ... Learn More

    $2.99

  4. SEDUM PILOSUM

    A quite unique, rare and odd little biennial sedum from the Caucasus, the rosettes of which bear a remarkable resemblance to a small sempervivum. The bright pink flowers appear in spring on fleshy rosettes. Although the rosette bearing the flowering stem dies, the plants will gently self-seed making a stable colony in sharply drained conditions. ... Learn More

    $3.44

  5. SEDUM ROY LANCASTER

    Making a compact, non invasive clump, this rare and lovely bone hardy plant makes strong stems bearing succulent blue-grey notched leaves beneath flat plates of crimson-red flowers in early summer, and was collected by famous plantsman Roy Lancaster on one of his many trips to the Himalayas. ... Learn More

    $3.58

  6. SEDUM RUPESTRE

    Sedum reflexum plants have sprawling stems and stiff, quite brittle foliage, resembling spruce branches, with blue-grey to grey succulent leaves, and yellow flowers which open on tall, strong, rearing stems in mid summer. This popular, hardy, drought tolerant, ornamental plant is grown in gardens, containers, and also as house plants, and even on the outside roof! ... Learn More

    $3.25

  7. SEDUM SPURIUM VOODOO

    Although the common pink form has always been one of the top ten rockery plants, this new variety has much improved, deepest purplish-red flowers. Additionally, its slowly low-spreading carpet of succulent plum-coloured leaves is always attractive. ... Learn More

    $2.99

  8. SEDUM VERTICILLATUM

    An unusual member of the section Telephium, this non-spreading clump-former opens sheets of bright yellow flowers in early summer on strong stems bearing broad fleshy leaves. In the wild it is confined to the mountainous rim of north west China as far as northern Szechuan. ... Learn More

    $3.77

  9. SEDUM XENOX BABIES

    Smallish leaves with scalloped edges are in attractive shades of green and mauve in spring, then darken to deepest burgundy as the season progresses. Later in mid and late summer, wide clusters of red velvet buds open to rose coloured flowers. This compact new dark foliage sedum is perfectly suited to growing on small rockeries or in containers. Very few good seeds collected from this extreme colour form of this plant. ... Learn More

    $3.84

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