4 – 9


2 – 36 inches


full sun

By: Meriel Bradley

The Stonecrop plant is a succulent sedum. Stonecrop sedums are a large family of plants and can include low-growing mat, creeping, and tall varieties, but they all have a rosette of flowers and thick succulent leaves.

This is a perennial plant that attracts bees and butterflies and is easy to grow and care for but they do need well-drained soil for their shallow root system in a sunny location.

Quick Facts

Grows best in full sun

Many varieties to choose from

Attracts butterflies and bees into your garden

Great in rockeries or perennial borders

Hardy zones 4 – 9

Prefers a well-drained soil

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