Masses of tiny star-shaped flowers adorn this quick-growing succulent foliage ground cover. Sedum is good for erosion control on banks and tolerates dry soil conditions with ease. Space 12" apart.
Light: Full sun to partial shade
Bloom Time: Summer
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Red Creeping Sedum Product Details
Sedum spurium 'Fuldaglut' (Fulda Glow)
Partial Shade/Full Sun
3 - 4"
12" - 15"
12" - 15"
3 - 9 (-40 degrees F)
Small, succulent, needle-like leaves in a vibrant orange-red. Evergreen in mild climates.
Small, up to 1/2" across stars held in small clusters.
Set at the same depth it is growing at in container, firm well and water thoroughly.
Well drained soil.
Fast once established.
Excellent, fast growing ground-cover with brilliant red flowers in late summer and brightly colored foliage. It quickly forms a dense mat. In mild climates the foliage is evergreen so the orange-red color provides a good winter display. Tolerant of dry infertile soils. Useful for covering difficult places and for providing erosion control on banks. This is a superior form of the popular Red Carpet Sedum. The more sun it gets the more intense the color of the flowers and foliage.
None. Requires little if any maintenance.
The Improved Red Creeping Sedum is carefree succulent that quickly blankets even tough problem areas with dense green foliage and thousands of colorful blooms. Otherwise known as the Kamtschaticum Sedum or Red Sedum, this plant features a star shaped single flowers born in clusters about 5/8" across. Semi-evergreen, linear leaves make up green foliage. Red Sedum is good for erosion control on banks and tolerates dry soil conditions with ease. The care of this flower is easy and should be able to be used by the beginning gardener with very little maintenance. The Improved Red Creeping Sedum grow well in areas with partial shade to full sun. This hardy plant thrives under most conditions. The soil quality can vary, as the flowers grow in well drained, lightly gritty soil. They will also grow in soil with average pH and average moisture. Sedum typically have a medium growth rate, but should be watered during drought. The blooming season for the Improved Red Creeping Sedum runs from late spring to early summer. Pruning or trimming is unnecessary, as new stems retain leaves over the winter months. These flowers are a beautiful addition to any garden or very large flowering container.