Sedum hispanicum

  • Sedum hispanicum  blue carpet, Spanish stonecrop
blue carpet, Spanish stonecrop

A little cutie of a plant! Forming a cushion/mound of blue to blue-gray, tight, tiny, needle-like leaves, this stonecrop is gorgeous in a rock garden, between stepping stones, or in a succulent planter. It spreads very slowly, staying just 2 inches tall and getting about 8 inches wide. Looking the same through the winter (hardy and evergreen), the cold seems to bring out the deeper purple colors. Have not seen it bloom yet - supposedly pinkish white flowers in summer. Needs well-drained soil and sun to part shade to look its best. Let dry between waterings. A fantastic form! Planted in our trough in front of the greenhouse.

Image above shows Sedum hispanicum (left) growing with Sedum spathulifolium carnea.

Call to confirm current supply. Availability as of August 8, 2019:

Sorry; this plant is out of stock at present.