Sedum Frosty Morn is cold hardy Sedum erythrostictum

Sedum Frosty Morn
Sedum Frosty Morn was discovered in Japan. Plantsman Barry Yinger gave some to Tony Advent of Plant Delights Nursery in the 1990's. They max out at 2-feet tall and the photo is ours blooming at the rock border of the hot and sunny herb bed. It's been in bloom for a month so far. MO Botanical Gardens says the flowers turn pink in the fall - way cool. Here's their link to more info

Cold hardy zones 3 to 9, full sun, don't keep the roots wet and don't over fertilize.


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