Sedum makinoi ‘Ogon’

Sedum makinoi ‘Ogon’

Flowering Clusters of small starry greenish-yellow flowers appear on short stems in late spring and early summer.
Size Grows to 15cm high x 30cm wide.
Maintenance Easy to grow very little maintenance.
Position Part sun to light shade and well drained soils.  Low water needs do not over water.
Uses It is ideal for containers and hanging baskets, but most at home on slopes and walls and in shaded rock gardens and patios.  There it will nestle into the gaps between stones, forming flowing mats of gold.

A gold leaved form of a mat-forming, fleshy-leaved, evergreen perennial ‘Ogon’ is one of the most shade tolerant of the Sedums. Its prostrate stems bear small golden pink tinged spoon shaped leaves that bunch in rosettes at the upturned tips. The stems root at the nodes to eventually form broad carpets.

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