Sedum Lemonjade

Rock 'n Grow® Series Upright Stonecrop, Stonecrop, Hylotelephium
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Upright Stonecrop with Yellow Flowers
Refreshing color update for an Upright Stonecrop! Green buds in summer engulf the gray-green sturdy foliage and open to citron-yellow flowers in fall. Flowers transform to rosy peach with cooler temperatures. If left throughout winter, the seed heads provide food for the birds and are lovely dusted in snow. From the Rock ‘N Grow® Series, Sedums truly are the rock stars of the garden. Sedum Lemonjade will perform in tough conditions provided it has plenty of sun and good drainage. Stonecrop provides beautiful low-care summer and fall color. Let dried flower heads remain to provide nice winter interest. Sedum store water in their thick succulent leaves which enables them to be extremely drought tolerant once established.

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Code SELE
Patent PP26,448
Plant Type Perennials
Species
Height Short 16-18"
Spacing Plant 26-28" apart
Bloom Time Late Summer to Mid-Fall
Sun / Shade Full Sun to Mostly Sunny
Zones
3-9
Soil Type Normal, Clay, Sandy
Water Needs Low
Sold In Plantable Pots

Special Features

  • Beneficial for Pollinators
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Good for Cut Flowers
  • Long-Blooming
  • Rabbit Resistant
  • Winter Interest

Planting Sites

  • For a Slope or Bank
  • Hot Dry Site Tolerant
  • OK in Containers
  • Seaside/Salt Tolerant

Sedum General Information

Sedum are grown for their distinctive fleshy foliage. They are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes - upright and groundcovers. A reliable, hardy and easy-to-grow perennial. Star-shaped flowers are usually in clusters or sprays that often change color throughout their bloom time. Idaho has restricted all potted plant material from being shipped into Idaho at this time.

Sedum Plant Care

Sedum prefer full sun and average to poor well-drained soil. Can be divided in spring. No need to deadhead during the growing season. Cut back in early spring, as new growth will come from the ground, first appearing as little nuggets pushing up through the soil. Pinch back once during early summer if height control is desired.