Wild Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum)
Wild Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum)

Wild Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum)

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Sedum ternatum
Good for border or groundcover where short "evergreen" species are needed.  Reproduce by tip cuttings.  An easy-to-grow plant and an excellent choice for container gardens.
 
Uses:  Bees, ground cover, container gardens
Bloom time:  May
 
Height:  2 to 4 inches
Space:  8 to 12 inches
 
Sun:  Medium shade
Moisture:  Average
5 Stars
An Excellent Ground Cover
My stonecrop easily survived the winter and is starting to grow well and bloom. It has proved to be hardy and virtually care free in its partial shade location. I strongly recommend it to anyone in need of a short, hardy, evergreen ground cover.
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Reviewed by:  from Cape Girardeau. on 4/4/2016
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A very nice looking and easy growing sedum. Grows well here in zone 5b, but will get a little winter kill with extended subzero temps, the plant comes out of it quite well. Been planted 3 years and has been totally on its own. Divided this year and the division is now 4xs larger than original plant purchased. The original planting will be divided again next year.
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Reviewed by:  from NW MO- DeKalb County. on 8/2/2019
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