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Sedum Dragon's Blood

Posted by MFIX Buff-NY Z5 (My Page) on
Thu, May 24, 12 at 13:18

I want to move three newly planted sedum dragon's blood from one end of the garden to the opposite, where i think they will look great under a boxwood that I've pruned to resemble a miniature tree (ie bonzai style). The boxwood's "canopy" is about a foot or so off the ground. Does anyone think that the sedum will do well, smart or dumb move?


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RE: Sedum Dragon's Blood

It may get a little leggy if it doesn't get enough sun, but it should be fine. Sedums are tough little plants.


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RE: Sedum Dragon's Blood

  • Posted by corrine1 7b Pacific Northwest (My Page) on
    Tue, Jul 3, 12 at 20:47

You can remove the trailing stems and keep it in both places if you'd like. Might be too late of a reply to your question. What did you do?


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