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Sedum humifusim Dwarf Stonecrop

SEDUM HUMIFUSIM DWARF STONECROP

Sedum humifusum

Dwarf Stonecrop  DROUGHT-WISE

Sedum humiusum is the perfect Stonecrop to use if you want a STEPABLES to fill in between your stepping stones, but don't want the maintenance!
Dwarf Stonecrop has super tight and tiny green foliage that moguls into cute little mounds of green; turning bright red with the heat and cold of the seasons.  Brilliant yellow star flowers in summer. This is a perfect plant for tight spots, pocket plantings or pathways where water is limited. Sharp drainage is a must. Over watering will impair growth.
 
Drought tolerant/Drought Wise
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Part Sun   Sun Foot Traffic:
TO
Bloom Time : Summer
Flower color : Yellow
Foliage : Evergreen
Foliage Color : Light Green
Growth Rate : Slow 2"-4" a year
Habit : Clumping
Irrigation : Hand Water
Plant Height : 1" - 2" (Low Grower with small flower)
Planting Area Environment : Low Water (Dry area little to no water),Normal (Rainfall under normal condition)
Seacrh Sun Exposure : Part Sun,Sun
Search Foot Traffic : Light,Moderate
Soil : Clay ,Sandy ,Gravel ,Normal
Spread : 6"
Zone: 4,5,6,7,8,9,10
This Plant Is Hardy Above: -30
Additional Features:
Heat Tolerant Yes
Pool Area No
Deer Resistant Yes
Humid Area No
Kid Traffic No
Scented No
Dog Traffic No
Butterfly Friendly Yes
Attracts Bees Yes
Fire Resistant Yes
Erosion Control No
Attract Hummingbirds Yes
Attract Butterflies Yes
Attract Bees Yes
Deer Resistant Yes
Rabbit Resistant Yes
Additional Comment:
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Gardening Tips from Fran

Sedum humiusum is the perfect Stonecrop
Sedum humifusum is one of the
smaller sedums in our line.
It looks soft but actually has more of a coarser texture.
It grows pretty tight compared to
Sedum acre that has more of a looser look about it. 
Nice to have around bolders and outer border edges.
 
Need a Fairy Garden plant? Dwarf Stonecrop will help make cute
moguls of green for your fairy garden!!!
 

**Many of our plants are listed as

Not a Good Fit for Kid Traffic/Dog Traffic/Around Pools.

These plants will work fine around these spots.

However, please keep in mind that many people

(and animals) have allergies to bees or fragrances. While the plants may work perfectly

in the area that you have determined, blooms may need to be sacrificed,

or a different plant may need to be determined

in order for the area to be used free of concern.

-Fran White

aka 'The STEPABLES Lady'

 

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