Sedum SunSparkler (Stonecrop)
Sedum Dazzleberry

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Sedum SunSparkler 'Dazzleberry'


Patent No: ppaf

Plant Type: Perennials

Giant 9" flower heads are the size of volleyballs, flower color is brilliant raspberry & visible for 300 feet away, ultra compact 7" tall smokey blue-gray foliage that is disease free & not affected by Sedum leaf scorch, earlier blooming than most other Sedums means earlier sales



4565480 3"plug - (30/pack)


6-8 Inches

Hardiness Zone:



Common Name: Stonecrop

Sedums have a well-deserved reputation as an unflappable hardy perennial. They can be found around the globe wherever there are tough growing conditions. Their vibrant, succulent foliage and varying heights and forms make this a very versatile plant.

Grow: Use soils with a higher bark content versus peat for good drainage and pH of 6.0 to 6.5. Center and plant crown 1" below soil surface.

Temperature: Grow warm at 60-68°F for besh growth.

Water: Sedums are succulents and prefer to be grown on the dry side. Water thoroughly but allow pots to dry between watering. Growing drier will also produce  more compact plants.

Fertilizer: Sedums are light to moderate feeders. Use a controlled release fertilizer at 150-200ppm Nitrogen as needed.

Characteristics & Attributes

Sun Tolerant
Soil Moisture Needs
Average Soil
Nature Attraction
Attracts Butterflies
Good Cut Flower / Foliage
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Late Summer
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