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Sedum serpentini   

Easily cultivated, low-growing and creeping. It comes from the rocky hills of Croatia and Greece. The leaves are brown-red with small pink flowers in summer. It is leafless in winter. 

    Common Name:Stonecrop
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    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.