Sedum ‘Blue Spruce’ is a beautiful, easy-to-grow succulent that will add interest to any landscape with its color and texture. This low-growing stonecrop has soft, succulent foliage with needle-shaped leaves in cool blue hues that resemble the branch of a Blue Spruce conifer. The tips of the succulent stems rise upward evoking a miniature blue forest.
A great addition to the pollinator-friendly garden, Sedum reflexum ‘Blue Spruce’ has small, star-shaped yellow flowers that appear in clusters on erect stems 6-8 inches above the foliage in summer and bloom for a month. And if you want to entice more wildlife into your yard, birds are also attracted to Blue Spruce Sedum when the flowers turn to seed.
Sedums are drought tolerant and some are commonly called “stonecrops” for their natural growing preference in rocky areas. There are many varieties of Sedum with a diversity of sizes, habits, and leaf color, shapes, and texture. Blue Spruce Sedum is a slow spreading ground cover and an excellent choice in any succulent garden, xeriscape, or container. The blue foliage cools the garden and draws the eye when used for edging or planted in mass groupings.
Blue Spruce Sedum is a low maintenance plant that will add color and beauty to any garden. Suitable for both experienced and inexperienced gardeners, this easy-to-grow succulent is the perfect plant for a waterwise garden and is sure to brighten up the landscape.