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Sedum turning brown

Posted by jaspersmom z5 MA (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 29, 08 at 19:48

I hope someone can give me some advice on this. I have a nice little garden with a variety of different sedum's in it, it's a relatively new garden (2-3 years). The soil is good & dry and will drained.

The sedum has done really well in this location for a couple of years until this week. It is now turning brown from the bottom up on a variety of different plants (Acre, Angelina, Coral, Dragon's Blood, etc). I live in New England. It has been hot with afternoon storms lately.

Have any of you experienced this?

Thanks for any advice you can give.

Alice S.


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RE: Sedum turning brown

Have you checked for dog damage? It seems strange that they made it through the winter and with afternoon storms that all of a sudden they are going kaput.


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RE: Sedum turning brown

  • Posted by amyta z8 mid GA (My Page) on
    Mon, Aug 11, 08 at 22:33

I just posted in GA forum about my Angelina sedum turning brown from the center out and dying. It's been going great for 3 years and would have covered the area by now. It isn't dogs or foot traffic. Definitely not too wet. Another gardener posted that hers was doing the same. I wish I knew what has gone wrong.


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