Sunsparkler * Dazzleberry Sedum.

Now that is a mouthful. This Sedum resists heat, drought and truly requires extraordinarily little care. It will do extremely well in poor soil once it gets established. Plant some and see.

They are quite easy to grow. The Sunsparkler* Dazzleberry Sedum will show off a great display of color as well as texture. Its foliage is an incredibly unique form of blue with shades of graphite that can not only be seen up close but from a distance as well. Its blooms are usually a crimson red and they typically bloom for more than 6 weeks. This Sedum attracts pollinators and butterflies.

If you have that “trouble spot” in or around your garden or home, try this Sedum out. Again, once established it will pretty much take care of itself and you will be pleased with the attractiveness and vibrant color it produces.

*Sunsparkler is a registered trademark.

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