|Name:||Showy Snowcrop Sedum|
|Seasonal Interest:||Summer to Fall|
|Color/Feature:||White flowers turning to reddish color in late summer, early
|Maintenance:||Sedum do not need deadheading and often look good right through the winter. Pruning the plants back in early July
will encourage them to get bushier and to grow more study.
Autumn Joy is a very good variety for the Lubbock area. The succulent foliage forms a rounded mound after overwintering in a rosette form. Sedum are suitable for edging, specimen plants and containers. Smaller varieties are good choices for rock gardens and wall. Sedum make great cut flowers and are popular with butterflies.
Learn about other water-wise perennials for Lubbock County, courtesy of Lubbock Master Gardeners Association.