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Sedum spurium John Creech Stonecrop

SEDUM SPURIUM JOHN CREECH STONECROP

Sedum spurium 'John Creech'

Stonecrop John Creech  DROUGHT-WISE
Sedum John Creech is one of our best of the best and that's why it's given the honor of being in the Tough Ten Program. John Creech Stonecrop is an excellent creeping sedum that forms a tight mat as it spreads. Bright green stems root at every fleshy leaf node, turning burgundy in the fall. Sedunm John Creech grows much closer together than other Sedum spuriums, making it a delight to have in pathways, patios and rock gardens.
 
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Part Sun   Sun Foot Traffic:
TO
Bloom Time : Summer
Flower color : Pink
Foliage : Semi-Evergreen
Foliage Color : Dark Green
Growth Rate : Fast 12" Plus a year
Habit :
Irrigation : Hand Water,Auto
Plant Height : 1" - 4" (Fairly Low Grower with taller flower spike)
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 : Peaty ,Clay ,Sandy ,Gravel ,Normal
Spread : Continuous
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 Yes
Kid Traffic No
Scented No
Dog Traffic No
Butterfly Friendly Yes
Attracts Bees Yes
Fire Resistant Yes
Erosion Control Yes
Attract Hummingbirds Yes
Attract Butterflies Yes
Attract Bees Yes
Deer Resistant Yes
Rabbit Resistant Yes
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Gardening Tips from Fran

Sedum spurium John Creech is another one of our Tough Ten plants. It is my "go-to" plant to recommend when someone can't seem to be successful with plants. It's durable, pretty, and seems to grow not matter what the situation demands from it.  John Creech Stonecrop is a low growing sedum, so it does well around stepping stones or as a bark replacement. The runners do not get long and leggy like other Sedum spuriums, making it a great addition to rock gardens, fairy gardens or along a border. Cut off the spent blooms to keep clear for foot traffic.
 

**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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