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Sedum Xenox

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Stonecrop Xenox’s stunning foliage starts out as shades of green in early spring, and darkens as the season progresses to deep purple. Come late summer, gorgeous rose-colored flowers emerge and ignite the late-season garden! Its small size makes it perfect for a border garden or container. PP# 16888 (Sedum)
key features
Botanical Name
Container Planting
Growing Zones
Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9
Light Requirements
Full Sun
Soil Moisture
Well Draining, Dry, Average
Mature Height
20-24" tall
Mature Spread
18-24" wide
Bloom Time
Mid summer to early fall


Xenox ushers in a somewhat different flower form for the sedums. Star-shaped pink flowers feature deeper red centers. And the leaves put on a show, too. They emerge in spring as green, but by the time the plant blooms in late season, the leaves are burgundy or red.

About the Sedums: These perennial plants enjoy gritty, fast-draining soil, and must have full hot sun. They're really desert plants, so give them sharp drainage. (Sedums are often called Succulents, due to their thickened moisture-retentive leaves, and yes, the short ones include the famous Hen and Chicks from grandmothers garden.)

Once sedums are established, you've assured yourself of loads of perennial interest for the later months when most garden flowers are gone.