White Diamond Stonecrop DROUGHT-WISE Sedum pachyclados is one of the prettiest Stonecrops we have in the STEPABLES Creeping Perennial line! White Diamond Stonecrop has incredible blue-gray rosettes that form a perfect plush carpet on the ground. Tips are deeply serrated which seem to catch a drop of water and hold it up like a prized diamond. Small star-shaped white flowers cover in summer. Perfect for rock gardens and borders and absolutely marvelous in a container. Sharp drainage is a must. Over watering will impair growth.
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Moderate 6"-10" a year
1" - 4" (Fairly Low Grower with taller flower spike)
Planting Area Environment
Low Water (Dry area little to no water)
Seacrh Sun Exposure
Search Foot Traffic
Peaty ,Clay ,Sandy ,Gravel ,Normal
This Plant Is Hardy Above:
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Gardening Tips from Fran
Sedum pachyclados is a plant I stumbled across years ago hunting for new plants. I just thought it had the prettiest rosette foliage and the coolest green/gray color I had ever seen. However, once I watered it, that’s it became near and dear to my heart! Every drop of water bubbles up on top of those pretty rosettes like a diamond set on top of a gorgeous wedding ring. It is very stunning in the sunlight!! Place it someplace where you can see it sparkle!
I have White Diamond Stonecrop draping over my giant bolders in my landscape and simply love it! It is really great as an outside edging plant on a patio or courtyard, and just at home in a rock garden. It even works great in a fairy garden for shrubbery!
-Fran White, aka 'The STEPABLES Lady'
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