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  1. July 1
    $3.75
    Holds its true variegation and is less likely to revert back to solid green. Learn More
  2. Fall
    $3.50
    Reliable, mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial. Small, rounded leaves grow close together on short stems. Foliage color changes from green with red leaf edges to completely purple. Tolerates shady areas; but colors will not be as intense. Grows 4" tall by 18" wide. Hardy to -30°F Learn More
  3. Sedum spurium 'Pink Jewel'
    $3.50
    Mat forming evergreen sedum with glossy green foliage, topped by clear pink flowers in the summer. Syn. Phedimus spurius. Learn More
  4. early July
    $3.50
    Carpet-forming semi-evergreen perennial. Glossy green leaves are flushed a raspberry red in mid summer. Purple-pink, star-shaped flowers bloom mid summer. A really well behaved spurium type sedum. They do root in where the node touches soil, but don't seem to be as aggressive as other spurium types. Grows 4" tall by 12-24" wide. Hardy to -20°F Learn More
  5. Fall
    $3.50
    Dense, low-growing, semi-evergreen perennial. Mostly red foliage turns dark crimson in the late summer and fall. Makes a great groundcover for sunny to partly shady spots. Pull old flowers stems after flowers have faded to maintain a denser plant. Grows 4" tall by 12-24" wide. Hardy to -40° Learn More
  6. Sedum spurium 'Red Mantle'
    $3.50
    Low growing, mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial. Foliage color changes from green with red highlights to mostly red. Makes a great groundcover for sunny or partly shady spots. Pull flower stems after flowers have faded to maintain a denser plant. Grows 4" tall by 12-24" wide. Hardy to -40°F Learn More
  7. Sedum spurium 'Red Rock'
    $3.75
    A red sport of 'Fuldaglut'. Glossy red leaves that hold their color all year. Learn More
  8. early July
    $3.50
    Creeping semi-evergreen perennial. Round, serrated leaves are red with a green center, changing to a ruby red in late summer and winter. Remove old flower stems after flowers have faded to maintain a denser plant. Grows 4" tall by 12-24" wide. Hardy to -20°F Learn More
  9. June
    $3.50
    Grows 6" tall and spreading to 18" (or more). Green leaves with a purple-ish cast. Learn More
  10. Sedum spurium 'Summer Glory'
    $3.50
    Reliable semi-evergreen perennial with waxy green foliage. Leaves take on a red-pink cast in the summer. Bright pink, star-shaped flowers bloom early to mid summer. Remove old flower stems once flowers have faded to maintain a tidier plant. Confession: I sometimes run the lawn mower over my patch about mid summer, to make a denser plant. They're tough, they can take that kind of abuse. Grows 4-6" tall by 12-18" wide. (will root in where nodes touch the soil, so the spread can become much wider) Hardy to -20°F Learn More

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