Sedum ternatum: dry shade, zones 3 to 9

This indestructible little plant is terrific ground cover for dry shade, rock garden, creeks and other difficult spots.

Native from New Jersey to Iowa, Arkansas to Georgia, Whorled Stonecrop, Sedum ternatum, just needs to be weeded in the spring to keep it growing and spreading.

All native plants replace lawns on Sustainable Gardening
Love sedums? Check out this site for more ideas - Sedum Photos dot net
Sedum Larinum Park
Venero Gardens
The one I bought from Pine Ridge is Larinem Park which is supposed to be hardy to 40 below F, and have more bee attracting flowers than the other varieties.


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