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Succulent ground cover perfect for rock gardens.

Add eye-catching sedum plants and create dazzling ground-hugging mats bursting with bright, star-shaped pink, red or yellow flowers. Clusters of flowers spring from succulent foliage. As succulents, these perennial plants enhance rock gardens and borders. Thriving sedum ground cover can spread up to 18 inches, and look for this exquisite ground cover across five hardiness zones.
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Prolific sedum plants make eye-catching ground cover and come in an array of shapes, colors and sizes. Star-shaped sedum flowers pop up in spring and summer, bursting shades of pink, red and yellow. Plant a carpet of sedum ground cover for a dazzling variety of textures and hues. These low-growing perennial plants add unique, visual interest to borders, patio containers and rock gardens.

Ground-hugging sedum plants reach heights of about six inches, and certain varieties of these fast-growing perennials can attain 18-inch spreads within one year. Several varieties of sedum flowers also make charming fresh cut flower displays, and outside, sedum blooms prove irresistible to bees and butterflies. Lush sedum ground cover grows in both partially shaded and quite sunny spaces. Raising these perennial plants doesn't take an expert green thumb as hardy sedum flowers are easy to grow and don't require pruning.

Tough yet pretty, sedum plants have developed a strong resistance to most diseases and insect pests. Look for sedum flowers popping up in arid areas, as these sturdy plants are also drought tolerant. Plant small varieties for ground cover, and cultivate taller sedum flowers for exquisite dry flower pressings. Ground varieties of these perennial plants do a great job of suppressing weeds.