Sedum divergens: Spreading Stonecrop, Cascade Stonecrop, Pacific Stonecrop, Old Man's Bones Sedum. Small round bright green leaves. Mat forming. Yellow blooms. Drought, heat and humidity tolerant. Excellent rock garden plant. Native to Pacific Northwest growing on rock ledges and scree, to 7500'.
What You Receive
One order = one 2.5" container.
2 - 5" tall
Zone 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Sedum like well-drained, porous soil. Addition of grit or sharp sand will help porosity & drainage. Many varieties propagate by simply spreading leaves on the soil surface. To ensure division, remove top 2" of plant tips and strip lower leaves form bottom of stem. Plant in well-drained soil mix and water after 2-3 days. Do not over water! New plants should be well established after 5-6 weeks. Fertilize with a low-nitrogen fertilizer 1-2 times during growing season.