Sieboldii Sedum Plants are commonly called October Daphne Stonecrop and boasts some of the most beautifully colored foliage in this genus. The fleshy, succulent leaves begin as bluish-gray with a deep rose-pink edge that turns thoroughly pink in late fall and early winter. The flowers are a dusty pink that contrast stunningly with the foliage. Sedum plants are wonderful for attracting late season butterflies and bees.
"Love the color!"
Habiba A. on 5/2/2019 7:39:54 AM
Comment: Bought Stonecrop for foliage color to add contrast in flower bed. Came with several stems and has taken well to transplanting in garden. GrowJoy always sends healthy plants.
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