Sedum is a perennial herb with dense thick green leaves that blooms in the second half of summer. Large corymbose inflorescences of small flowers of white, pink, red color appear on peduncles 30-50 cm high in August-September. There is a variety with red leaves and pink-red flowers.
There are stonecrops with variegated leaves - white-green and yellow-green. These two varieties bloom with white and pink flowers. The plant is winter-hardy, drought-resistant. Any garden land in a sunny location is suitable.
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