Sedum is a perennial herb with thick, succulent leaves, fleshy roots, and star-shaped flowers clusters. Here's how sedum can grow in your garden! There are several, several varieties and sedum species — also known as "stonecrop"—which makes them ideal for use in almost any garden design. We are hardy, easy to care for, and popular with pollinators!
Bonus Option Includes:
(100 + 100) x Goldmoss Sedum Seeds
20 x Bonus Mystery Seeds (Worth $7)
HOW TO PLANT SEDUM
Space plants, depending on the size, between 6 inches and 2 feet apart For divisions: dig a hole so that the top of the root ball is level with the soil, then put the plant in the hole and fill it in. For cuttings: Simply position the cut end into the soil and under proper lighting and watering conditions the cutting should have no rooting problems.