Sedum spathulifolium var. purpureum
Blue Spruce Stonecrop
10 - 15 cm
August - September
silver-lilac, turning reddish purple with age.
acid - neutral - alkaline
garden variety, the species is native to western N-America
Sedum, is a large species of close to 600 species in the family Crassulaceae, with a wide distribution around the northern hemisphere. They are herbaceous or shrubby plants with thick, water storing leaves, very drought tolerant and thrive best in sun.
Division in spring or fall.
Seed - sown in March.
Seed not covered and stored at 20°C (68°F) until germination.
Hardy and drought tolerant.