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Sedum glaucophyllum   

Blue-green foliage rosettes form 2" tall flat mats, topped by large clusters of white blooms in late spring. The outer leaves of the rosette can turn bright red with sun, adding even more interest. 

    Common Name:Stonecrop
    Hardiness Zones:5-9
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Sedum: Easily grown, Sedum tends to be hardy and drought tolerant, making it great for xeriscaping. The dwarf varieties are perfect for rock or alpine gardens, in stonewalls and between flagstones. The taller forms work well in the border. They are practically indestructible, but they do require good drainage.