Most of the tall-growing sedums have flowers in the pink color range - 'Stardust' is the only one in our garden with white flowers. Other than that, it is pretty typical of the stonecrops in the spectabile and 'Autumn Joy' corner. Ours had an unfortunate encounter with an automobile this year, hence its sparse appearance in the photo at right...
||white (late summer)
||ordinary garden soil (drought-tolerant)
We left this plant behind in our Pennsylvania garden (and wish it well); we don't grow it in Houston.
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|charl du plessis||Jul 10, 2013||i have sedum authuam joy. It is beautiful. Jour sedum Stardust look fantastic. I send authuam joy to the flowermarked and the price was very good. SEDUM flowers can be dried and coulerd. I look for new plants. WHITE will be excelent.|
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