Shell Pink Flowered Two Row Stonecrop

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Sedum spurium green form – fresh pale green leaves and very pale pink flowers form a well-behaved mound.


I use this extensively in combined groups of other Sedum spurium such as ‘Fruland’ and ‘Dragon’s Blood’ for a stunning combination.

It’s also one of the Great Spangled Fritillarys favorite Sedum along with Sedum spurium album ‘Superbum’ in the butterfly garden.

Height 10cm 4″
Spread 40cm 18″
USDA Zone 3
CFIA Zone 2A

These will draw butterflies and bees magnetically and the beauty of planting many different kinds close together is that they all open in sequence, providing a long season of nectar and pollen for the insects to feed on.


Grow this in containers, draping over the edge, or in rockeries, troughs or green roofs.

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