Bluegreen succulent groundcover. Spreads well (but easily pulled up when it oversteps its bounds), and the yellow flowers in early summer are nice too. The similar 'Angelina' has golden-yellow leaves, and is not as strong a spreader.
||reflexed evergreen stonecrop
We left this plant behind in our Pennsylvania garden (and wish it well); we don't grow it in Houston.
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|Gal Attila||Feb 27, 2005||I am sure, that this plant is not Sedum acre. It is Sedum rupestre or Sedum reflexum. |
By golly, I agree. I've updated my page. Thanks!
|Lori Janeiro||Jan 17, 2012||This is like what I have , Im on the Calif. Oregon Coast, we call this Blue Spruce, is yes very similar to the Angelina,I have what I think is two different varities of the Blue, Because I have some that get huge at the top, all the needles are very stretched out as on yours while the other is close together and doesnt flower at all.They are so alike but the end result brings a huge sturdy rosette on the one as here, and the other just trails. I got from two different places. What would cause this. Thankx. |
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