Sedum ‘Angelina’ cultivars are known for their brightly colored chartreuse to yellow, needle-like foliage. This foliage is evergreen in warmer climates, but in cooler climates the foliage turns an orange to burgundy color in autumn and winter. Although they are mostly grown for their foliage color and texture, Angelina sedum plants do produce yellow, star-shaped flowers in mid- to late summer.
Where Should Sedum Angelina Be Planted?
This adaptable groundcover loves a spot with acidic soil and full sun to part shade conditions in grow zones 3-9.
Does This Sedum Like Full Sun?
It tolerates heat and humidity well, as long as it’s not stuck in standing water. Provide well-drained, gravelly soil in full sun.
How Fast Does This Sedum Grow?
This evergreen is a fast grower and spreads 12" per season.
How To Care
Angelina stonecrop is somewhat tolerant to cold weather. It can handle temperatures several degrees below freezing and still bounce back just fine during the growing season. It also tolerates heat and humidity well, as long as it’s not stuck in standing water. Provide well-drained, gravelly soil in full sun. It can also take a bit of shade. Give this freely spreading plant room to grow.
This Evergreen has good texture and form. One of the best features is that the Sedum Angelina will attract butterflies and humming birds to your garden. Perfect for lining borders or edging around the landscape. This Sedum is the perfect drought resistant groundcover that will hold up well when rabbits and deer come looking for their next snack!
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|Soil Type||Acidic, Adaptable|
|Mature Height||1 Foot|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|