Sedum Lemon Coral
The spikey chartreuse foliage looks like it would be tough and prickly, but is actually quite soft and "petable." It is wonderful in landscapes and is an outstanding container plant, where it will fall over the edge of containers. It loves heat and can tolerate dry soils, although average moisture will keep it looking fresh. Lemon Coral is grown for its lovely foliage, although if you are lucky it may bloom as well.
Deadheading Not Necessary
3 - 10 Inches
8 - 12 Inches
10 - 14 Inches
Part Sun to Sun
Grown for Foliage
7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b, 10a, 10b, 11a, 11b
Soil Fertility Requirement:
Use in beds, borders and containers
This easy-care annual can take the heat and drought like a champ. It is grown for foliage and is a garden workhorse.
A tough as nails filler for hanging baskets, troughs, combination containers and landscapes, this beautifully textured succulent is very vigorous and drought tolerant. Its lime green to chartreuse foliage pairs well with other vigorous sun loving varieties.
This one is very pretty, and stacks and layers like a Farrah "faucet hairdew"! The neighbor had a difficult growing situation, a shallow pot, attached to the top of her fence. Nothing would grow there so they installed cheap fake flowers, aaaccckkk!! I offered them this plant and it was amazing! It trailed down 18-inches and looked like a round ball, and had beautiful color.