Class Act', a hybrid between 'Brilliant' and Sedum telephium, reaches 212 feet tall and wide, with thick green leaves and pink flowers that age to dark purplish red. Deciduous. New cultivars of tall sedums have been bred to be shorter which means they are less floppy and in better proportion to today's smaller gardens. This grass will return reliably in zones 4-9, while the sedum is a bit hardier in zones 3-9. It grows easily in partial shade, but will require more frequent watering in full sun. Sedum Stardust is a 50 cm tall stonecrop with green leaves and white flowers. The stems are topped with pinkish purple blooms during the summer. Sedum 'Vera Jameson' (now Hylotelephium): A mid-sized landscaping plant that brings dark red to purple tones to the garden.It grows sprawling purple stems about 10.0" long. Many uses for this compact perennial include mixing with other sedums in rock gardens, displaying with a mixture of perennials, and in containers. Its bright, daisy-like blooms attract butterflies, and the spiky seedheads will tower behind your sedum all through the fall. Beneficial for pollinators. Sedum acre, commonly called common stonecrop or gold moss stonecrop, is a tiny, rhizomatous, tuberous-rooted, carpet-forming, evergreen succulent perennial which typically grows to only 3” tall but spreads in a moss-like fashion along the ground to 24” or more to form an interesting and often impressive ground cover. Long lived and drought tolerant, award-winner Sedum 'Purple Emperor' is a lovely sight in the landscape with its masses of rosy-pink flowers, densely packed in large umbrella-shaped flower heads, and showing off atop bright reddish-purple stems clad with dark purple, fleshy leaves. Fast growing 9 to 12 in. The grey-green foliage is relatively small and blushes deep purple in fall. Rich dark purple-black leaves and stems are topped with dusky pink 5-6" flat flower heads mid to late summer that will add fall and winter interest if left standing. Purple Coneflower The purple coneflower, also called Echinacea, is a tall perennial that would look good behind your Autumn Joy. Buds are yellow which open to sky blue flowers that mature to hues of blue, violet, and purple. This does not seem to be the case. Lime Zinger sedum is a cute groundcover showing off green leaves edged in reddish-purple. An award-winning Sedum variety. A striking combination of foliage and bloom - excellent for cut arrangements. Reaches 2 feet tall. There are numerous types of sedum, all of which have fleshy, succulent leaves. Margarita BOP Penstemon has sky blue with purple blooms. It blooms in mid to late summer with purple buds that open to reveal dark pink flowers. Attractive to butterflies, clusters of bright yellow starry flowers appear atop short, thick stems in summer. For those who love the color purple in your garden, planting purple perennials is a smart choice. The garden experts at HGTV.com talk about colorful perennials that can grow up to 9' tall like hardy hibiscus, delphinium, hollyhocks and canna. Like "Autumn Joy" and "Frosty Morn" this sedum is best grown through a support to keep it upright. 'Angelina' is the cultivar name. tall and 2 to 4 ft. wide. and spreads slightly, with a width of 12 to 24 inches (30-61 cm.). One of the best Sedum for a ground cover. Foliage is deep-green, fine and linear. Highlights of Dream Dazzler. Stonecrop enjoy full sun, but will tolerate some shade. One of the most special features of purple perennials is their color. It's drought tolerant and … The purple foliage is always attractive and is a nice focal point. ; Trailing varieties (Sedum morganianum) such as the popular houseplant donkey’s tail, also called burro’s or lamb’s tail. Neat appearance in the rock garden, too. Tall sedum or stonecrop (Sedum telephium "Autumn Joy") blooms with rose-colored clusters of star-shaped flowers in flat-topped heads that swarm with bees from late summer through fall. Hylotelephium telephium 'Purple Emperor', formerly called Sedum telephium 'Purple Emperor', grows up to 15 inches (37.5 cm) tall and spreads up to 23 inches (57.5 cm) wide in USDA plant hardiness zones 4 through 9. You can cut the sedum back in winter as soon as the flowers fade or any time after that until you see green peeping from the ground in spring. Its stems reach up to 15 inches tall, and are a deep, rich purple color. Snapdragon-like blooms from early to mid Summer. The tall sedums (mainly Sedum spectabile, Sedum telephium) have upright stems that grow from 1 to 3 feet tall depending on variety and conditions. For the garden, there are two main groups of sedums, tall sedums and creeping sedums. Wet, heavy clay can lead to root and stem rot. Blue Spruce – It grows up to 9 inches in height, and produces yellow star-shaped flowers in June. The stems of tall sedum are clothed in fleshy suc… On top of adding a colorful touch to your mostly green landscape, purple perennials do not need replanting which saves you time and money in the long run. It is hardy in zones 3-7. There are two main types of sedums: creeping or upright. Lime Zinger sedum grows 6 inches tall and 18 inches wide. Soil: Sedums like a very well-drained soil with a neutral to slightly alkaline pH. Upright sedum tends to form tall, upright clumps that produce a tight mass of tiny flowers. Dusty plum red leaves, thick and fleshy on purple arching stems. Cutting grown. Long … The Sedum family encompasses plants that trail, spread like ground cover, tower 2 or more feet (0.6 m.), and those that just barely graze your ankles. A diverse group of plants, sedums come in a myriad of shapes, colors, and sizes. Cattle fencing works well because it is green and can easily be cut to size. Zones 4-9 Light: Sedum (or ‘stone crop flower’) do best in full to part sun. Butterfly Bush. Late-summer flowers are dusty rose. Sedum “Purple Emperor”: This variety, imported from England, is also a taller-growing sedum. It grows upright with a height of 12 to 15 inches (30-38 cm.) Low-growing varieties hug the ground and may reach just 2 inches in height, while tall varieties top out at 2 feet or more. Grows in zones 6 to 10 in mostly Sunny to full Sun. Tall sedum varieties Sedum spectabile “Stardust” I would have expected that the large sedums would survive the Nordic climate better than the small and frail looking ones. Graptoveria ‘Debbi’ Another type of hybrid Graptopetalum and Echeveria, Graptoveria ‘Debbi’ is a … They often can tolerate very dry conditions, thanks to their succulent leaves and stems. Blanket Flower (Gaillardia) Blanket flower is a "plant and ignore" flower. While taller hybrids need full sun to flower their best, creeping types will grow fine in part shade. With so many species and varieties available, sedums can be found in bloom three seasons a year. The variety of the group allows the home gardener an opportunity to bring these relatively hardy succulents into their landscape. Grow these perennials in full sun and average to dry soils. zone 3-9. Highly popular for green roof programs, ground covers in hot sunny places, and as container “filler-spillers”. Only 5″ tall and can spread to 12″. Sedums are referred to by the common name, \"stonecrop\" plants, although \"sedum\" itself is so widely used as to be virtually a common name. Sedum Purple Emperor - Common name:Stonecrop, Hylotelephium - Upright Sedum. The leaves are slightly fleshy and deep purple in color, sometimes appearing almost black. Masses of tiny, star-like, dusky pinkish-purple flowers bloom in large flattened heads (cymes to 3-6” across) atop stems clad with dark purple, fleshy, succulent leaves. Sedum Star-shaped flowers are usually in clusters or sprays that often change color throughout their bloom time. ‘Apache Rose’ switch grass will grow 4’ tall, so you’ll want to plant the much shorter 10-12” tall ‘Pride and Joy’ sedum in front to bloom at its feet. Purple Emperor – It won the 2002 ISU Perennial Award for Best New Introduction. Full sun. There are 3 varieties of sedum plants: Tall border varieties (Hylotelephium or Sedum telephium) with dense, domed flowers and succulent leaves on 1- to 2-foot stems. Autumn Joy stonecrop (Sedum spectabile 'Autumn Joy') is a popular variety often used in gardens or as potted plants because of its attractive fall color. Most butterfly bush plants are found in shades of red, but there are some types that … It is often used in rooftops and containers. 'Purple Emperor’ is a hybrid perennial sedum that typically grows in upright to slightly spreading clumps to 15” tall. In late summer and fall, it bears clusters of soft pink flowers that attract butterflies. Hylotelephium telephium 'Purple Emperor', formerly known as Sedum telephium 'Purple Emperor', is a succulent perennial that typically grows in upright to slightly spreading, up to 15 inches (37.5 cm) tall clumps. When to Plant Sedum. ; Creeping ground covers (Sedum) that produce clusters of star-shaped flowers. It exhibits a dark reddish-purple foliage and dusty rose flowers in large clusters. Plant taxonomy classifies Angelina stonecrop as Sedum rupestre 'Angelina.' Planting. Their height and attractive flowers make them good candidates for border gardens or pollinator gardens. Sedum ‘Purple Emperor’ is a hybrid stonecrop plant bred for the striking color of its foliage and flowers. 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