Creeping Sedum

mulberryinApril 24, 2010

My mother has asked me to replace some small flowers in front of her condo with creeping sedum. (It's just a small strip; about 16-20 inches wide and 15-18 feet long) It's a very sunny location and it is currently covered with landscaping stone.

My question is simple, do I need to remove the stone to allow the sedum to grow or will it thrive with the stone in place?

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Hi - Don't, worry about the stone. Just dig or scrape out some dirt and plant the sedum.
They, are tough plants. Mine got near some cracks in my patio and are thriving!
Good luck. tina_2

    Bookmark   April 30, 2010 at 10:42AM
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