Sedum spurium ‘Red Carpet’

Red Carpet Sedum
Image Source: Missouri Botanical Garden
Type:
Herbaceous Perennial
Zone:
4 - 9
Native Region:
native to the Caucusus
Light:
Full Sun
Height:
3" - 6"
Spread:
12" - 24"
Form:
Mat-forming groundcover
Foliage:
Flower:
Showy reddish-pink star-shaped flowers
Bloom Time:
May to July
Care:
Prefers well-drained soil & full sun. Will tolerate some light shade. Easily propagated by cuttings or division.
Special Features:
Low maintenance. Rabbit, deer, drought tolerant.

2014: bought one plant from Steins for the front bed near the walkway. Great groundcover, surprised with how flashy the flowers were. Had to trim off the flower stems after they dried up, but looked great again.

2015: Bought a second plant to help fill in the front bed. Did not disappoint.