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Hardy Succulent Collection – Sedum & Semps (3.5″ Pots)

$44.99

We picked 8 of our favorite, must-have hardy Sedums and Sempervivum for your garden. Plant them in a rock garden, mixed container or as a groundcover to fill in any space. All of these hardy succulents will enjoy full sun to partial shade and are hardy to USDA Zone 7. Provide a well-draining soil. Sedums and Semps are drought tolerant and prefer not to be waterlogged. Enjoy!

Sedum album 'Athoum' - Stonecrop (3.5" Pot)

Sedum album 'Athoum' is a mat-forming, evergreen perennial. Plump, dark green, succulent rosettes are tipped with red in the summer. Displays airy clusters of light pink flowers.

Sedums grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. Drought tolerant. Stonecrop requires little water once established.

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Sedum kamtschaticum 'Variegatum' - Variegated Russian Stonecrop (3.5" Pot)

Sedum kamtschaticum 'Variegatum' features clusters of yellow, star-shaped flowers blooming above a mounding carpet of succulent, green, cream and pink variegated foliage. Deer resistant.

Sedums grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. Variegated Russian Stonecrop is drought tolerant once established.

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Sedum makinoi 'Ogon' - Golden Japanese Stonecrop (3.5" Pot)

Sedum makinoi 'Ogon' is a low-growing stonecrop which makes a beautiful carpet-like cover. Foliage is lime-green to bright yellow. Displays yellow-green, star-like flowers.

Sedums grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. Drought tolerant. Golden Japanese Stonecrop requires little water once established.

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Sedum acre 'Aureum' - Golden Stonecrop (3.5" Pot)

Sedum acre 'Aureum', or Golden Stonecrop, features clusters of yellow star-shaped flowers blooming above a dense carpet of succulent green foliage. New foliage is tipped golden-yellow in spring.

Sedums grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. Drought tolerant. Stonecrop requires little water once established.

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Sempervivum 'Mona Lisa' - Hens & Chicks (3.5" Pot)

Sempervivum 'Mona Lisa' forms tight rosettes of light green succulent leaves that flush bright red in late winter. Inner leaves are connected by a light webbing. Displays pink flowers. Hens & Chicks grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. Drought tolerant once established. Great in containers and rock gardens.

Check out our other varieties of Sempervivum!

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Sempervivum 'Jubilee' - Hens & Chicks (3.5" Pot)

Sempervivum 'Jubilee' is a hardy, evergreen perennial featuring rosettes with dramatically changing colors. The succulent leaves will appear light green, amber and green, or light bronze and green, depending on the season and growing conditions. Displays long lasting and showy flower spikes.

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Sempervivum 'Reinhardt' - Hens & Chicks (3.5" Pot)

Sempervivum 'Reinhardt' displays evergreen rosettes of succulent foliage. The leaves are emerald-green with black tips. Pink flowers. Forms spreading clumps by offsets.

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Sempervivum 'Pacific Trails' - Hens & Chicks (3.5" Pot)

Sempervivum 'Pacific Trails' features red to maroon, fuzzy rosettes with green centers, covered in fine cilia hairs. This variety tends to grow in a tight clump.

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We picked 8 of our favorite, must-have hardy Sedums and Sempervivum for your garden. Plant them in a rock garden, mixed container or as a groundcover to fill in any space. All of these hardy succulents will enjoy full sun to partial shade and are hardy to USDA Zone 7. Provide a well-draining soil. Sedums and Semps are drought tolerant and prefer not to be waterlogged. Enjoy!

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