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  • Kathleen Miller

    Variegated Creeping Blue Sedum (Sedum sieboldii variegata) - Succulent leaves of butter yellow and silvery green shine spirng to frost against their red stems an red edges! In late summer, pink flowers provide nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds readying for migration. Drought tolerant. Light: Full sun to partial shade. Height: 6-12". Bloom Time: Late summer to early fall. Zones: 5 to 9.

  • Ellen Dunn

    Creeping Blue Sedum; Michigan Bulb Co. Full sun to partial shade; late summer to early fall; 6-12"

  • Kristi H.

    Variegated Creeping Blue Sedum - might this survive a full sun spot in a South Texas garden?

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