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This variety of stonecrop is also known as 'October Daphne' and is a low growing stonecrop. This stonecrop shoots out branches horizontally from the center of the plant which bears small rounded leaves. The plant starts out with a green/blue shine during the spring, then gradually turning into a bright orange/red during the heat of the summer.

Stonecrop October Daphne(Sedium sienoldii)

  • Light: Sedums grow best in full sun with at least 6 hours of direct sunlight. 

    Soil: These plants prefer well drained soil that is loose loamy, sandy or gravelly. If the soil retains too much water, the roots will rot.

    Water: When first planting your sedum, water once a week. Once the plant has established, they typically wont need supplemental watering unless there has been a long period without any rainfall. 

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