steel-blue rosettes and numerous lateral branches resemble the Orostachys genus. The tight clusters of dark pink flowers come from the Sedum genus. As a bonus, ‘Blue Elf’ has light fragrant flowers! Its compact habit makes ‘Blue Elf’ perfect in rock gardens, as groundcover or as solitary on terraces and balconies. It thrives in sandy, well-drained soil in full sun. It can resist heat and cold temperatures to -25° Celsius.
Sedum Sunsparkler™ Blue Elf
Sedum (Stone Crops)
These late summer and Autumn flowering succulents make attractive container and garden plants. The foliage is in itself attractive with varying colours and shapes of leaf and the long lasting flowers range in shades of white through cream into pinks, reds and purples.