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January 18, 2018

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October Daphne (Variegated); Stonecrop Sedum sieboldii
1. Mediovariegatum
Called October Daphne because the clusters of flowers resemble the Daphne shrub. This Stonecrop forms a cascading mound of succulent powdery-blue leaves, with contrasting centers of creamy yellow. In late summer the clusters of starry soft-pink flowers appear on the ends of the stems. Nice for edging borders, in the rock garden, containers or walls. Easily divided in spring, if desired. Occasionally seen as an indoor houseplant, but perfectly hardy out in the garden as well.   Click to display 'Mediovariegatum' tag image 6"-8" 12"-18" 4-9 4˝" White
Sedum sieboldii variegatum
2. Variegated Stonecrop
A spectacular species with grey green leaves variegated with yellow and green and edged in pink in winter. Rounded leaves in triplets along each cascading stem.   Click to display 'Variegated Stonecrop' tag image 6"-8" 8"-12" 5-11 6" Green
October Daphne; Stonecrop Sedum sieboldii
3. Sieboldii
Plants like Sedum sieboldii -- with stems that radiate outward from the center -- are the plant world's Fourth of July sparklers, but enjoyable almost all year. Most sedums are mounding, trailing plants grown as ground covers and in rock gardens, or as fillers for container arrangements. But Sedum sieboldii, also called October Daphne, deserves a pot of its own to showcase its beautiful scalloped leaves arranged in threes along arching stems. 3D-South Click to display 'Sieboldii' tag image 6"-12" 12" 3-9 4˝" White

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