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  1. Fall
    $3.75
    Mounding, semi-evergreen perennial with round, blue-green, scalloped foliage. Foliage takes on a pinkish flush as temperature cools. Pink star-shaped flowers in late summer. Grows 6-12" tall by 12" wide. Hardy to -30°F Learn More
  2. early July
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    Clumping evergreen perennial with lax, fleshy, dusty blue-green rosettes. Yellow, star-shaped flowers bloom early to mid summer. Grows 4" tall by 8" wide. Hardy to -20°F Learn More
  3. early July
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    This cultivar discovered at Cape Blanco on the southern Oregon coast. Low growing perennial with powdery blue-green foliage. Grows best in sandy, sharply drained soil. Protect from excessive winter rains...if possible. Grows 4-6" tall and spreading. Hardy to -10°F Learn More
  4. early July
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    Mounding evergreen perennial with spoon-shaped, powder-blue foliage. Takes on a reddish cast throughout the winter. Grows 2-4" tall by 8" wide. Hardy to -10°F. Learn More
  5. May
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    Forms 4" mounds of dusty, gray-blue, thick, paddle-shaped leaves. Bright yellow flowers blooms on upright stalks early to mid summer. Great for adding color and texture to mixed containers and borders. Learn More
  6. Sedum spathulifolium var. purpureum
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    Similar to other S. spathulifolium except that it gets a purple blush in late summer. Learn More
  7. Late winter
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    Grows 4-6" tall with irregular branching. Thick, blue-green, paddle-shaped leaves. Learn More
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  9. early July
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    Low, spreading semi-evergreen perennial with deep, wine-red foliage that holds all year. Rosy pink flowers bloom early to mid summer. Makes a great groundcover, in mixed border and containers. Year round color adds nice color contrast. Grows 3-4" tall by 12" wide. Hardy to -30° Learn More
  10. Sedum spurium 'Dr. John Creech'
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    Syn. Phedimus spurius 'Dr. John Creech' Grows shorter and denser than other spurium varieties. Glossy dark green foliage is topped with pink flowers in late summer. Named after the former director of the US National Arboretum. Learn More

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