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Sedum repestre...where would u plant this in our landscape plan?

Posted by ajc9 none (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 22, 12 at 20:47

Hello! I have a link below...scroll down to see a picture of the front of our house. I just purchased the chartreuse color...a vibrant lime green.

It seems to fit way over to the right where I have a terraced rock area. But, it shows up more at the front. How do I plant this as far as clusters...rows? Underneath a tree...or....hmmmm.? I have 8 good sized plants.


Here is a link that might be useful: Front of house...sedum?

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RE: Sedum repestre...where would u plant this in our landscape pl

Sounds like you bought Angelina sedum. . .one of my favorites. It likes sunny, dry conditions but will tolerate a little shade and moisture. Don't plant it under a tree. Plant it out in the open. It'll grow into one large mass of color if you install the plants about a foot apart. So it doesn't much matter whether you plant rows or clusters. It looks gorgeous in front of a plant with bright red or magenta blooms, such as Linda Campbell rose or Dart's Dash.

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