Vera Jameson Sedum Plants produces round, smoky, blue-green, succulent leaves that mature to a dusky purple. In the winter, leave the star-shaped pink flowers to dry to provide some cold-weather interest and then prune back to the ground before the first new growth appears in the spring. This clump-forming, salt tolerant sedum is perfect for rock gardens, along rock walls or in containers. It is also a host plant for the Phoebus Parnassian butterfly.
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Janelle B. on 10/14/2022 4:53:02 PM
Comment: Healthy plant
"Vera Jameson Sedum Plant"
Vicky C on 5/11/2021 7:18:08 AM
Comment: I have added this to my front porch flower beds with the other Sedum I have bought from you all it has added so much beauty to it I LOVE THEIR PLANTS
"Summer Plantings - Stonecrop"
Catese C on 7/28/2018 5:31:23 PM
Comment: I was reluctant about ordering (10 new plants) in the middle of summer, but they were plants I wanted and I had holes in my garden where they needed to be planted - so I took a chance and I'm so glad I did - all 10 plants were in excellent condition and ready to plant! They were carefully packaged and arrived without any damage (clever containers). I will never be reluctant again when orderings from Growjoy!!!
"Beautiful , healthy Sedum plants"
Patricia G on 5/29/2015 8:52:06 PM
Comment: This is the first time I have ordered from this company. I was apprehensive to order plants online since you are not able to see the condition and health of the plants. I was very pleased when my order arrived. The size of the pots was the best feature. I was also impressed with the condition of the plants. I could immediately put them in the ground. I have since placed an additional order for different plants and was very satisfied with them as well.
Tatyana J on 7/24/2012 9:16:19 PM
Comment: The Sedum plant looked so fresh in the package, and it's doing really well in my flower bed. So fresh and healthy!
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