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Sedum spurium What a Doozie

Scientific Name : Sedum spurium
Common Name : Stonecrop
Hardiness Zone : 5a - 9b
Hardiness Degree : -20°F (-29°C)
Blooming Season : Autumn, Late Summer
Plant Habit : Spreading
Water : Light
Fertilizer : Once a month
Spacing : 13 - 16" (33 - 41cm)
Height : 2 - 5" (5 - 13cm)
Width : 11 - 14" (28 - 36cm)
Exposure : Sun
General Information : This spreading Sedum stands out for its attractive white and green variegated foliage that provides season-long interest in the garden. Plants gain attractive blush pink and creamy pink flowers in Fall.
Idea & Tips : Plant in a sunny garden location or use as an accent in mixed succulent containers. Provides a drought-tolerant focal point or groundcover in the garden.
Grower InformationCreeping groundcover with reliable, green and white variegation.
  • Trialed and proven to not show any reversion – a superior trait compared to competitors.
  • Variegation is stable, for less shrink and dependable production.
  • Plants gain attractive blush pink and creamy pink flowers in Fall.
'Spiraling Doozie'
Protection InformationPP31,789
(Flowering Only License)
Breeder : Darwin Perennials
  • Propagation Guide
    • Media EC/pH:
      EC 0.75-0.80 mmhos/pH 5.8-6.2
      Soil Temperature:
      70-72°F (21-22°C)
      Rooting Hormone:
      500 ppm IBA
      Very low
      50-75 ppm N
      Typically not necessary in propagation.
      35-42 days after sticking
      Do not over-mist. Oversaturated rooting media will slow the rooting process and contribute to stem rot. Remove from mist environment as soon as roots appear.
    • Media pH:
      Nights: 55 to 70°F (13 to 21°C) Days: 60 to 80°F (15 to 27°C)
      Light Level (fc):
      5,000 to 8,000
      Long day obligate
      Allow media to dry regularly between watering.
      Use a balanced fertilizer at a rate of 125 to 150 ppm.
      Pinch After Transplant:
      One pinch, two to three weeks after transplant.
      Plant Growth Regulators:
      PGRs generally not needed
      Pests and Fungal Diseases:
      Generally pest and disease free.
    • 1–qt. (10–cm) pot, 1 plant per pot:
      Unrooted: 10-12 wks Rooted: 6 wks
      1–gal. (15–cm) pot, 1 plant per pot:
      Unrooted: 12-14 wks Rooted: 8-10 wks
      2 to 3–gal. (25 to 30–cm) pot, 3 plants per pot:
      Not recommended
      Bloom Months:
      July to August

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