Common name: Stonecrop-October Daphne.
Zones 3 to 9, semi-evergreen.
Plants reach 6 to 10 inches tall and 12 to 18 inches wide;
low-growing, spreading species forms circular mound of arching stems from central crown.
Growth rate: Moderate, easy to grow.
Thick, round, scalloped, blue-green leaves are narrowly trimmed in deep pink; by fall pink edge intensifies. A colorful Sedum favorite - its foliage looks great all summer long and in the fall, if sited properly, may display shades of pink, red, yellow, and orange. Clusters of bright-pink flowers appear in late summer to fall. Sedum sieboldiican be used as a small-scale groundcover, as an edging, in rock gardens, or even tucked into cracks in a rock wall.
Mature field grown plant shipped bare root.