Blue Spruce Sedum
Drought Tolerant Ground Cover
Blue Spruce Sedum or "Stonecrop" is a showy groundcover sporting plate like heads of starry yellow flower clusters on sturdy stems up to 8 inches. The blue leaves echo the needles of a Blue Spruce, this evergreen perennial’s namesake.
The succulent, oval leaves help Blue Spruce Sedum tolerate dry periods, so drought does not bother. Blooms in early summer and is much loved by butterflies and bees.
Fast growing, mat forming Sedum is great for the rock garden or any well drained area that needs a blanket of rich color.
Blue Spruce Sedum is robust, low maintenance and easy to establish. The dense foliage looks attractive year round in the border planting.
The hot pink blooms of the Pink Bee Balm would go smashingly with this popular perennial, or go high drama with the purple spikes of Caradonna Salvia!