SunSparkler™ sedums stand up to cold as well as heat, and once established, do not mind poor soil fertility or long periods of drought.
They are great for containers that you often forget to water ( me...).
And there is no better plant for sunny banks, slopes, and rocky garden spots.
Sedum 'Cherry Tart'
Given good drainage it will not fail to grab the eye anywhere it is planted.
In late summer, 6 inch raspberry flowerheads top the leaves, remaining for almost 2 months. What a great contrast.
“It’s one of the first sedums to bloom in late summer,” Hansen says. “And it remains colorful for more than seven weeks!” Place it alongside black asphalt or curbs; it can take the harsh conditions.
Sedum 'Lime Zinger'
Non-fading intense BLUE foliage, Over 6+ months of foliage color with bright pink contrasting flowers... I can't wait to try this one.