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Sedum is a perennial with thick, succulent leaves, fleshy stems and clusters of flowers. Sedum or Garden Succulents are easy to care for and grow in American gardens. Sometimes called 'fat plants,' these very popular and trendy favorites have parts that are thicker and more fleshy to retain water in arid climates or soil conditions. Sedum is commonly known as Stonecrop. A very dependable choice for the garden that offers foliage interest early in the season and a colorful flower display later.
About this Variety
Sedum Atlantis™ is a newer, low-growing, clumping, mat forming ground cover. It is sure to get attention with its variegated foliage. The leaves are dark-green, somewhat serrated, with yellowish green margins that turn pink in fall. They do bloom mid-summer, but the foliage itself is the main attraction. 'Nonsitnal' PP27454.
- Low maintenance plant
- Excellent ground cover
- Grows well in containers, borders, rock gardens & mass plantings
- Drought tolerant
- Temperatures determine foliage color
Mid to Late Summer
Grows 4-6" tall
Plant 12" apart, 0.5" deep
Grow as Perennial in zones 4-9, Grow as Annual elsewhere.
Plant Sedum in the spring after all danger of frost has passed. Plant in a full sun to partially shaded location. Sedum loves soil that is rich, porous and drains well but still holds enough water for the roots. If your soil is heavy clay and drains slowly, or very sandy and does not hold water, add organic soil amendments like peat moss or ground bark. Spread a 3-4 inch layer of soil amendment if needed, add fertilizer and incorporate into the soil to a depth of 10 inches. Plant in groups with roots spaced 24-48" apart for the best show. Sedum should be planted 0.5-1" deep. Water thoroughly at planting. Water as needed while growing. Mulch to keep the soil cool and to prevent the soil from drying out. Apply fertilizer before and after flowering.
These plants require little to no maintenance as long as they are planted properly and establish themselves. After flowering, cut back to maintain shape.