A low-growing dense mat 3-5" tall of succulent leaves is carefree once established! Space 12-18" apart. Brilliant red flowers in late summer. Leaves turn vibrant orange-red in fall. Zones 3-9. Ships in a 3" pot. Sedum spurium 'Fuldaglut'
Botanical Name: Sedum spurium 'Fuldaglut'
Common Name: Sedum, Stonecrop
Form: Semi-evergreen perennial
Root System: Fibrous
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade/Full Sun
Height/Habit: 3 - 5"
Spread: 10 - 15"
Spacing: 12 - 15"
Hardiness Zone: 3 - 9
Flowering Date: Late summer
Duration: 2-3 weeks
Type of Fruit: n/a
Cut Flowers: No
Dried Flowers: No
Shipping Season: both Spring & Fall
Unique Characterstics: Gorgeous, vibrant bronze-red foliage makes an attractive ground cover for sunny, dry spots in the landscape. This dense, spreading, mat-forming Sedum adds rich color and texture to rock gardens, mixed containers, miniature gardens, and is also a good choice for erosion control on slopes. Brilliant, rose-red flowers add fiery color to the late summer garden. Prefers full sun, but can take a little shade, and becomes drought-tolerant as it matures. In mild climates the bronze-red foliage is evergreen, providing a nice winter display. Semi-evergreen in colder zones. The more sun it gets, the more intense the color of the foliage and flowers.
Flower Color: Rose-red
Flower Form: Small, star-shaped flowers bloom at the ends of short stems.
Foliage Type: Small, succulent, rounded leaves in a vibrant greenish bronze-red. Evergreen in warmer climates, semi-evergreen in colder zones.
Resistance: Good resistance to pests and disease.
Pruning: Pruning is not necessary.
Pruning Time: n/a
Soil Requirement: Well-drained, average soil. Does not like to be wet.
Restricted States: AE AK GU HI PR
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very beautiful and viberant..!
"Very tough little sedum. Planted toward the front of my flower bed, it got stepped on a couple times, then I decided to move them after a couple weeks of forgetting they were there. Didn't bother them, look even better in there new spot. Can't wait until they flower later this summer hopefully!"
I received my sedum today and planted it right away. The plant is healthy and very pretty. I am excited to see what it will do.
"This ground cover is wonderful. I have a full sun, sandy soil area that was in great need of plants. I ordered the full sun garden, and of that grouping, the Russian Sage, the Red Dianthus and The Dragon's Blood Sedum are the winners. They survive without any care on my part-or very little. Try them."
"I have Sedum spurium growing in my yard for 30 years. It's a vigorous spreader (but not invasive), easy to transplant, and tolerates heat and drought. The flowers on mine are more pink rather than the bright red shown in the picture. Also grows easily in pots and rock walls."
"At first my plants took forever to arrive, a very long time, but when they got here they looked great. Then when I plants them half was great and the rest was shriviling up. Now even the ones that looked dead are growing. It looks beautiful with the Austrian Pine and green velvet Boxwoods I planted. Tip: Don't put down underlayment to prevent weeds. It will be hard weeding in states like CO, but if you put it down, the sedum won't really spread out!"
"This is the best, most vigorous, hardy ground cover I've ever had. During a period absence on my part, it didn't get watered for over 3 wks in the brutal San Antonio August heat/full sun. I thought it was dead but watered in anyway and it plumped up and sent out new growth again! I love it!"