Top 5 Sedum Plants for Attracting Bees

Top 5 Sedum Plants for Attracting Bees




Spiky, blue grey succulent leaves form a cushion for star shaped blossoms.







Produces crimson-edged green foliage, that eventually turns vibrant orangey-red, and pinkish-red flowers.







Produces dense, eye-catching, bright chartreuse foliage that is perfect for containers or mass planting.







Produces long-blooming, rose pink/salmon bronze flower heads that turn deep copper red in the fall.







Produces green foliage with reddish edges that turn a deep burgundy in the fall, and is commonly grown as a ground cover.