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May 25, 2016

Plant Stonecrop sedum
Stonecrop sedum, Sedum spectabile, is a succulent, pest-resistant perennial which grows about 18 inches high. The flower heads turn reddish-bronze in fall and look good into winter, making it a good choice for the fall garden. Flat clusters of magenta-pink flowers open in late summer, attracting both honeybees and butterflies. The flower clusters are also attractive in dried arrangements. The cultivar `Autumn Joy' is an all-time favorite.

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