Easy to Grow




Latin name: Sedum x "Vera Jameson'
The best of the upright, ornamental sedums. All have thick, fleshy, succulentlike leaves. The spectabile species and its hybrids, including Vera Jameson, are virtually indestructible. All will do well in poor soil. Most prefer full sun, but some will tolerate deep shade. Vera Jameson is a recent hybrid with purple leaves -- a perfect complement for dusky pink flowers. The stems arch slightly. Leaves are smaller than those of S. spectabile.


FOLIAGE COLOR:gray purple

BLOOM TIME:late summer, early autumn

PLANTING TIME:early spring, mid-spring, late spring, early autumn, mid-autumn



ZONES:3 through 9

WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT THIS PLANT:The flowers turn russet and provide winter color



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