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Sedum sieboldii - October Daphne

Perennials

Sedum 'Sieboldii'

October Daphne

Sedum sieboldii is a low, spreading species that forms a rounded mound, sending out horizontal branches from the central crown. The blue-green leaves are narrowly outlined in deep pink. During the hot summer months, this pink edge intensifies. In early fall, bright pink, star-shaped flowers are borne in small clusters at the ends of the stems.


In the fall, the foliage turns beautiful shades of pink, red, yellow, and orange. Often, the plant is still flowering when its fall coloring begins to appear.

Height:

6-10 in

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Spread:

12-18 in

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Hardiness Zone:

3 - 9

Characteristics & Attributes for Sedum 'Sieboldii'

Exposure
Sun
Soil Moisture Preference
Dry
Average
Attracts Wildlife
Butterflies
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Summer
Fall
Season of Interest (Foliage)
Spring
Summer
Fall
Foliage Color
Red
Pink
Green
Yellow
Orange
Attributes
Great Foliage
Container
Mass Planting
Edging
Drought Tolerant
Specimen
Focal Point
Ground Cover
Border or Bed