Common Name: Hairy Stonecrop
Description: The Hairy Stonecrop plant is a low clustering succulent shrub with thick, light green leaves that form in rosettes on erect stems.
Flowers: Flower stems grow 4 to 6 cm above the succulent with usually 5 petal, white, delicate flowers grouping at the ends.
Size: Stems can grow up to 5 cm long and leave up to 1 cm long.
Growing Season: Summer
Origin: South-Western Europe and North-Western Africa
Positioning: Part to full sun
Care Instructions: Sedums are extremely hardy and are great for harsh sunny areas of your yard, but will also thrive in other areas too.