Russian Stonecrop (aka Sedum kamtschaticum ‘Variegatum’)

  • Location:

    I am native to Europe, but also naturalised in North America, Japan and New Zealand.
  • Looks:

    I am a ground cover plant, I form low mounds of attractive green and cream-splashed leaves.
  • Height:

    I reach a height 8 inches, and spread 20 inches
  • Environment:

    I full or partial sun, and normal to sandy soil
  • Flowers:

    I produce clusters of orange-yellow star shaped flowers in Summer.
  • Grooming:

    Trim my stems and dead flower heads back in early spring.
  • Life Span:

    I have a medium growth rate.
  • Feeding:

    Don't over water me.
  • Fact:

    I am excellent for edging, and not inclined to be invasive.
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