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Sedum 'Elsie's Gold' now available

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The plant is best used in beds and as a border.

| November 29, 2012

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – Sedum 'Elsie's Gold' forms a spectacular bushy mound of serrated succulent green leaves with outstanding leaf margins that begin golden-yellow then by autumn age to cream. ‘Elsie’s Gold’ blooms midsummer in masses of small, star-shaped pink flowers packed together into flat-top heads much like broccoli. Each flower head begins pale at first, darkening over many weeks to a rich magenta by fall.

Sedum Pizzazz has large dome-shaped flower heads of stunning unique cerise star-shaped blooms. Plants have a compact clump forming habit 12” x 12”. Drought tolerant once established, they also attract bees and butterflies.

Blooms of both Sedums may be cut and dried for arrangements. For use in beds and borders due to their foliage and long lasting flowers as well as cold hardiness.
 

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