Hot color for hot places! Do you have one of those spots in your garden? You know the one we mean. The one where the sun beats down all day and the dirt is cracked and dry. Where the water rolls off the surface and evaporates before it can sink in. That spot where you’d love to grow flowers, but nothing really grows there?We’d like to introduce you to Sunsparkler® Firecracker Sedum (Sedum ‘Firecracker’). Not only can this bad boy take the heat, but it even thrives in it!Sunsparkler’s are fantastic sedum cultivars that were bred to branch beautifully and vigorously, even in drought conditions. A standout among this excellent class of plants, Sunsparkler Firecracker is covered in black-cherry red foliage from April through November. In mild winter areas the thick emerald and ruby ‘leaves’ shine all year. Summertime brings hot pink flowers held high on waving ruby-red stems, lasting for over a month on the plant! Butterflies flock to the flowers for the nectar and the color stays true all season, even in the hottest and most humid weather.Don’t let that hot spot stay bare and dusty this year! Buy some Sunsparkler® Firecracker Sedum from Nature Hills today to fill it and let it become your favorite garden spot!* Loves the heat * Super easy care * Evergreen in mild climates * Compact, perfect for containers * Butterfly magnet.
Heat Loving Yellow GroundcoverThe Sedum ‘Angelina, was developed in a private garden in Croatia. ‘Angelina’ has brilliant, needle-shaped, golden yellow foliage. It is a very vigorous 6″ mat-forming groundcover.Angelina’s prefer well drained soil and to be kept on the dry side. It does well in a gritty soil or in a pot with its trailing habit.Sedum ‘Angelina’ needs to be planted in full sun in well-drained soil. It will tolerate most soil types and is drought resistant. The foliage will turn orange in autumn.‘Angelina’ is a great choice for beds and borders and excellent as cut flowers. Use this sedum in a container on a hot deck. It will not mind missing a watering or so throughout the seasons!It is also a great butterfly and bee attractor and is disease resistant. * Yellow Needle Shaped Foliage* Cold, Heat, and Drought Hardy Sedum* Attracts Butterflies.
A Beautiful Garden Red-headSedum Autumn Joy (SEDUM spectabile Autumn Joy, also known as Sedum ‘herbstfreude’) is one of the most exciting and hardy garden perennials that you can plant in your garden. It blends so well with other plants and makes such a statement that you’ll wonder why you’ve never grown it before!Autumn Joy is one of the most well-known and widely planted of all the sedums. It is easily one of the finest of all upright Sedums. The succulent-like leaves are a charming green all season. (In milder climates, all year!) The umbrella-like flower heads are pink and change to a rosy red and finally a deep garnet in fall.The flowers bloom from July to September and stay in bloom until frost. If you leave the plant alone, the flower heads turn a dark brown and look great covered in winter snow. You can clip off the flowers in spring when the new growth starts. The plant is 18″ tall and spreads to about 24″, so it’s just right for your perennial border.Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ needs to be planted in full sun in well-drained soil. It will tolerate most soil types and is drought resistant.‘Autumn Joy’ is a great choice for beds and borders and excellent as a cut flower. It is also a great butterfly and bee attractor. Don’t waste another day without a few of these in your garden. Order from us today!* Large Pink Flower Heads Change to Rosy Red* Sturdy Thick Dark Green Stems* Loves Sun, Heat, Drought, and Butterflies.
Blue and Grey Covers Hot and DryThe Cauticola Sedum, Sedum ‘Cauticola’, is a succulent sedum. It has a mounding habit used frequently as a groundcover. It spreads at a more moderate pace than other sedums and can be controlled by pruning.It has low cushions of 5″ purple-edged blue-gray foliage. As a bonus, butterflies love the pink starry flowers appear in late summer. The flowers prolong the season as they slowly turn carmine.’Cauticola’ Sedum is well suited for hot, dry, sunny areas and works well in many soil types. It makes a great plant for filling in around rocks or for the perennial border.Seed heads will die at season’s end but remain on plant. Remove old flower heads in autumn or early spring to maintain a neat appearance.* Pink Flowers Turn Carmine* Blue Grey Foliage with Purple Edges* Heat and Sun Loving Groundcover.
Huge Pink Snowballs in Late SummerSedum (Autumn Stonecrop) Birthday Party, Sedum ‘Birthday Party’, provides dazzling, brilliant deep 5″ pink flower heads late in late summer that last until frost.This sedum is only 7 inches tall. Its’ sturdy foliage which is tinted purple and brown, so it has attractive color even before it blooms! . It requires full sun and loves heat and is drought tolerant. Birthday Party is low maintenance and will dazzle you in late summer even in poor soil, but should be well drained. Divide every 3 to 5 years to maintain plant vigor.Plant en masse or for a border and you will have a striking and colorful landscape! The huge bright pink flowers attract butterflies to your garden* Huge Pink Flower Heads* Purple Brown Foliage* Compact Plant Attracts Butterflies.
Compact Red CarpetThe Sedum ‘Elizabeth’, Sedum spurium, also known as Sedum Red Carpet, is a short ground cover that is a little different from the rest. The foliage is a dark red with green and produces a wonderful fall color. With a height of 3-4” and a spread of 24”, its’ red blooms flower from May to September.Sedum ‘Elizabeth’ needs to be planted in full sun in well-drained soil. It will tolerate most soil types and is drought resistant. ‘Elizabeth’ is a great choice for beds and borders, and the colorful flowers will make a beautiful and special bouquet for your home. An extra bonus is created when you plant ‘Elizabeth’ in front of asters or coneflowers.You will love this plant, and the butterflies and bees do too. This colorful mixture will certainly add a bright spot to your fall garden!* Red Flowers from May to September* 3″ Spreading Red and Green Foliage* Loves Sun, Heat, and Butterflies .
Intense Yellow Thrives in Full SunIt’s that plant that when anyone sees it growing, they always say “What is that plant?”. It is that plant that stands out because of its intense yellow color of flowers and foliage. Lemon Ball Sedum, Sedum mexicanum ‘Lemon Ball’, is a ground cover that does not disappoint. The super sunny yellow color performs so well in the heat. Rock your rock garden with this incredible ground cover that is a xeriscape plant. Once it is established, it needs little additional water. Grow it in the sun to keep it happy. Make sure it is in well-drained soils or it will melt away. Rock gardens offer interesting nooks and crannies to tuck this guy in, and typically offer well drained soils. They also work extremely well in raised beds.Interesting, fleshy leaves are arranged around the stems, and the plants make neat matt of that incredibly brilliant yellow color. Tuck ‘Lemon Ball’ into your sunny patio pots and hanging baskets to carry that same color through your yard. Use it as a ground cover in those hot, exposed areas. They make great edging plants too. ‘Lemon Ball’ is a no brainer to grow, and will accent your landscape amazingly well. Imagine this plant with some great companions like small ornamental grasses or sedges in complementary or contrasting colors. They are great in mass plantings around roses and perennial borders too.The star like flowers are also yellow, but hard to see from a distance as the leaf color is much the same. Yellow on yellow just punching up the hot colors in your yard. Lemon Ball gets about 6” tall and can grow up to about 3 feet across after a few years.Works well in zones 7 to 11. Well-drained soils and full sun keep this plant in great shape. Division of larger chunks will keep it happy as needed. ‘Lemon Ball’ is identical to ‘Lemon Coral’, and like ‘Angelina’, but takes the heat beautifully.* Easy to grow & care * Thrives in heat & sun * Great groundcover.