I need suggestions for covering a dry slope with sedum
I have an area (z5, New York) that is a slope, rather long, full sun, and no additional irrigation. For a part of this slope I would like to have an area that has low growing succulents like sedum, hens and chicks, etc. I once saw an article in a magazine a very long time ago that highlighted a garden that 'looked like jewels'. I believe it was sedums. You have to forgive me, I am an established perennial gardener, and do lots of shrubs, trees, bulbs and even annuals, but I have 0 experience with alpines, or sedums. I did try hens and chicks, and lewisa once, but they died. Can I ask for some general information on alpines, and suggestions for starting this type of garden? Thanks for any help, JoAnn.