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September 4, 2012

Sedum ‘Vera Jameson’ (Stonecrop)

Displays intensely colorful succulent foliage that emerge a blue-grey and darken to a deep purple as the season progresses.

sedum vera jameson stonecrop perennial

Displays intensely colorful succulent foliage that emerge a blue-grey and darken to a deep purple as the season progresses.  A low-growing variety, it is especially stunning when the rose-pink flower buds emerge en masse in late summer.  A perfect selection for rock gardens or any dry spot.

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