- Also known as Stonecrop, which is the perfect name to me. I have a gardening client who has pink Sedum growing on a bank with stones interspersed. Great contrast.
- After the first frost this fall, cut the stems back to about an inch from the soil.
- Every spring, sprinkle some compost around the base. No need for fancy additives.
Ford's Dearborn Truck Plant’s living roof has 10.4 acres of Sedum!