Aizoon Stonecrop


Phedimus aizoon var. floribundus (Aizoon Stonecrop)

Phedimus aizoon var. floribundus (Aizoon Stonecrop), formerly known as Sedum aizoon var. floribundum, is a smaller form of Phedimus aizoon…

Sedum aizoon ‘Euphorbioides’

Hardiness Zones:

10a 10b 4a 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 8b 9a 9b

Quick Overview:

This plant is from the grassy slops of Siberia, Japan and China. Heads of warm yellow to orange starry flowers fade to handsome bronze seedheads, reddish stems, long, toothed green leaves creating overall an interesting effect. Peak bloom in midsummer. Very drought tolerant once established. Clump-forming. Not evergreen. No disease issues. Little to no maintenance needed after planting. A perfect plant for banks and slopes, sunny flower borders and beds, a cottage & informal garden, gravel garden, or for use in a green roof.

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