Sedum and Sempervivum Seed ( Perennial )

JF385 Spirit ( Sedum selskianum )
4" bright yellow carpet, glossy green leaf, blooms all summer. Excellent pot plant. Grows about 6" tall, hardy to zone 4 outside.
  1mg pack ( about 25 seeds ) $2.75
JF377 Lizard ( Sedum rubens )
Succulent for rock gardens, massed white flowers in late summer, hardy in the South. Excellent pot plant. This has nice green foliage and grows well in a pot and makes a good house plant. This plant makes a great item to sell in a greenhouse as it can be taken in and used as a house plant or just grown inside the house. Grows about 5" tall, hardy to zone 7 outside.
  1mg pack ( about 25 seeds ) $2.75
JF378 Oracle ( Sedum forsterianum )
Compact stems, dense succulent gray green leaf, yellow flowers, for garden or mixed container. Excellent pot plant. Grows about 4" tall, hardy to zone 3 outside.
  1mg pack ( about 25 seeds ) $2.75
JF379 Blue Spruce ( Sedum reflexum )
Vivid blue needle-leaf, spreads slowly to form excellent evergreen ground cover, yellow blooms in summer. Excellent pot plant. Grows about 8" tall, hardy to zone 3 outside.
  1mg pack ( about 25 seeds ) $2.75
TRN208 Silver Frost ( Sedum nevii )
Low-growing and spreading, silvery foliage rosette produces white, star-shaped flowers. Very uniform for habit and flowering. Fills jumbo packs and quarts fast. Use for rock gardens, groundcover and green roofs. Native to the southeastern U.S. Grows about 3-6" tall, hardy for zones 4-8b outside.
  1mg pack ( about 25 seeds ) $2.75
JF380 Czars Gold Sedum
Gold flowers, evergreen red stemmed carpet, excellent groundcover. Excellent pot plant. Grows about 9" tall, hardy to zone 3 outside.
  1mg pack ( about 25 seeds ) $2.75
TRN214 Stonecrop ( Sedum acre )
An excellent performing ground cover commonly known as Stonecrop. These ground cover plants form a brilliant, intense golden yellow carpet that will rapidly spread and fill in, giving you ground cover over a large area in a very short time.
It is so well-known and used that it has many common names: Goldmoss Stonecrop, Goldmoss Sedum, or Golden Carpet Stonecrop. It is a perennial plant native to Europe but also naturalized in North America.
Grows well in poor soils, sand, rock gardens, and rich dirt, in a variety of light conditions, but prefers mostly sunny conditions. It is such a versatile plant. Sedum Acre Stonecrop is well-suited for use in hanging baskets and container gardens as a trailing accent, as borders and edging in the flower garden, or as a general ground cover plant.
A perennial for zones 4-8.
Sedum seeds can be sown indoors or directly outdoors. Indoor sowing can be done 6-8 weeks before last frost date. Use small pots or flats and sterile starter mix.
Pre-moisten the starter mix and sow 5-7 Stonecrop seeds per container. The seeds are exceptionally small, so only press the ground cover seed into the moistened soil, and do not cover the seed. Keep the seeds moist but not saturated until they germinate.
For outdoor sowing, wait until garden soil temperatures are 70°F. Select a site with well-draining soil. If necessary amend soil with organic matter. Loosen the top 1-2 inches of soil, remove any weeds, and gently broadcast the seeds over the soil.
Lightly press the seeds into the soil, and keep the seed continuously moist until germination. Normal germination time is 14-28 days. As a rule of thumb, 500 sedum seeds will cover a 10 square foot area as a ground cover.
  25mg pack ( about 700 seeds ) $3.95
TRN217 White Stonecrop ( Sedum album )
A small but extremely tough plant for rock gardens, xeriscapes and green roofs. Not only heat resistant and drought tolerant, it is reliably hardy and provides interest year round. It is widely known as Jelly Bean Sedum, for the becoming shape of its leaves.
These leaves grow close together and form a dense carpet of plant material which spreads to cover a good-sized area. Dainty, airy white flowers bloom in midsummer. Foliage persists throughout the winter months, but turns red to bronze as temperatures become cooler.
A perennial for zones 3-9.
Sedum seeds can be sown indoors or directly outdoors. Indoor sowing can be done 6-8 weeks before last frost date. Use small pots or flats and sterile starter mix.
Pre-moisten the starter mix and sow 5-7 Stonecrop seeds per container. The seeds are exceptionally small, so only press the ground cover seed into the moistened soil, and do not cover the seed. Keep the seeds moist but not saturated until they germinate.
For outdoor sowing, wait until garden soil temperatures are 70°F. Select a site with well-draining soil. If necessary amend soil with organic matter. Loosen the top 1-2 inches of soil, remove any weeds, and gently broadcast the seeds over the soil.
Lightly press the seeds into the soil, and keep the seed continuously moist until germination. Normal germination time is 14-28 days. As a rule of thumb, 500 sedum seeds will cover a 10 square foot area as a ground cover.
  22mg pack ( over 1,000 seeds ) $5.95
TRN218 Stonecrop Dragon's Blood ( Sedum spurium )
Dragon's Blood Sedum is an easy-to-grow herbaceous perennial ground cover which can be grown in a container or used in mass plantings. Sedum ground cover plants are exceptionally tolerant of heat and drought and also tolerate to cold and humidity.
Dragon's Blood Sedum is a fast growing ground cover with brilliant red flowers in late summer. It is a succulent with needle-like leaves that turn an orange-red color in fall. Dragon's Blood ground cover creates a dense mat 3 - 5 inches tall that spreads quickly. Dragon's Blood will tolerate poor, dry soil. Low growing Sedum is used for containers, borders, edging and as a dense spreading ground cover plant. A perennial, these plants are great in rock gardens as they will grow in shallow, poor soil and perform well. Dragon's Blood seeds can be sown indoors or directly outdoors ( but you will get best results by starting indoors and transplanting outside ). Indoor sowing can be done 6 - 8 weeks before last frost date. Use small pots or flats and sterile starter mix. Pre-moisten the starter mix and sow 5 - 7 Sedum ground cover seeds per container. The Sedum seeds are exceptionally small, so only press the seed into the moistened soil, and do not cover the seed. Keep the seeds moist but not saturated until they germinate. For outdoor sowing, wait until garden soil temperatures are 70 degrees or higher. Select a site with well-draining soil. If necessary amend soil organic matter. Loosen the top 1 - 2 inches of soil, remove any weeds, and gently broadcast the Dragon's Blood seeds over the soil. Lightly press the seeds into the soil, and keep the seed continuously moist until germination. Perennial growing 6" tall, hardy for zones 3-9.
  18mg pack ( about 600 seeds ) $4.95
TRN175 Voodoo ( Sedum Spurium )
What a spectacular ground cover plant! Sedum Voodoo will be sure to catch the eyes of everyone who passes by with its deep red flowers and mahogany red foliage.
It makes a dramatic display for a little plant, and they easy to establish from seeds!
This hardy perennial Stonecrop Sedum quickly grows to 6 inches tall and spreads to 18 inches in width while thriving in hot, dry soil. The only requirement is that it has good drainage and a sunny or partial shade setting.
Voodoo Sedum is perfect for edging, container plantings, stepping stones, rock gardens, and as a mass planting flowering ground cover. Deer generally stay away from Voodoo Sedum ground cover, but butterflies love it. Sedum Spurium cultivars also make great additions to rock and rooftop gardens. Zones 5-9, grows 6" tall.
  3mg pack ( about 50 seeds ) $2.95
TRN222 Stonecrop Many Species Mix ( Sedum var. mix )
A marvelous groundcover, red and yellow shades, mix of hardy creepers. Perennial growing 6 inches tall, hardy to zone 3.
  27mg pack ( about 600 seeds ) $4.95
TRN233 Stonecrop ( Sedum coccineum )
Matforming groundcover, red stem, mid green leaf, star shaped purple flowers in late summer. Perennial growing 7" tall, hardy to zone 4.
  18mg pack ( about 600 seeds ) $4.95
TRN237 Widows Cross ( Sedum pulchellum )
One of the most beautiful of the native Sedums, this succulent wildflower is heavily bedecked with fluffy pink spikes of blooms from late Spring through early summer.
With dark-pink tipped stamens, the flower clusters look almost spotted. This shorter species is perfect for a naturalizing ground-cover or rock garden.
The name Widow's cross refers to the shape of the flower, there are four petals in a cross pattern. Glade stonecrop is an obvious reference to its typical habitat.
Widows Cross seeds can be sown indoors or directly outdoors ( but you will get best results by starting indoors and transplanting outside ). Indoor sowing can be done 6 - 8 weeks before last frost date. Use small pots or flats and sterile starter mix. Pre-moisten the starter mix and sow 5-7 seeds per container. The seeds are exceptionally small, so only press the seed into the moistened soil, and do not cover the seed. Keep the seeds moist but not saturated until they germinate.
For outdoor sowing, wait until garden soil temperatures are 70 degrees or higher. Select a site with well-draining soil. If necessary amend soil organic matter. Loosen the top 1 - 2 inches of soil, remove any weeds, and gently broadcast the Dragon's Blood seeds over the soil. Lightly press the seeds into the soil, and keep the seed continuously moist until germination. Perennial growing 8" tall, hardy for zones 5-9.
 14mg pack ( about 250 seeds ) $5.95
TRN248 Blue Spruce Sedum ( Sedum reflexum )
Vivid blue needle-leaf, spreads slowly to form excellent evergreen ground cover, yellow blooms in summer, perennial grows about 8" tall, hardy to zone 3.
 22mg pack ( about 200 seeds ) $3.95
TRN247 Czars Gold Sedum
Gold flowers, evergreen red stemmed carpet, excellent groundcover, perennial grows about 9" tall, hardy to zone 3.
 12mg pack ( about 500 seeds ) $5.95
TRN252 Spanish Stonecrop ( Sedum hispanicum )
If you are looking for a drought tolerant, low-growing, low-maintenance ground cover, this this is the one preferred by many. This plant has blue-green to gray-green, succulent foliage, and it only reaches a few inches in height.
As the weather warms, the foliage turns to a blue-grey color, and it has a soft feathery feel to it. In late spring to summer it has clusters of small whitish pink blooms.
It is a tough ground cover plant that tolerates some wear and tear such as light walking.
Commonly called Spanish Stonecrop, and although it is a sun lover in mild climates, this perennial prefers some afternoon shade in areas with extremely hot summers.
Porous well-drained soil is essential. Grow in coarse sandy or gravelly soil in a rock garden, trough, wall, or container, or use it as a small-scale ground cover on a slope or bank. In too much shade it slowly dwindles or is overtaken by neighboring plants.
Best suited for zones 4-9.
Sedum has tiny seeds which should be mixed with fine sand for an even sowing. For best results, sow seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost is expected. Use small pots or flats and sterile starter mix. Pre-moisten the starter mix and sow Sedum seeds on the surface. Press the seed into the moistened soil, and do not it. Keep the Stonecrop seeds moist but not saturated until they germinate.
Water from the underside of the pots or use a spray bottle and lightly mist the seeds. Plant the Sedum seedlings outdoors once sufficient growth has been made. Established plants can be divided every 3-4 years for best performance.
 30mg pack ( about 800-1000 tiny seeds ) $10.95
TRN255 Purple Carpet ( Sedum spurium )
Edge your walkways with these wonderful ground cover plants. This perennial is a versatile ground cover for rock gardens, planting in rock walls, around stones, green roofs, flower beds, or containers.
Has deep rose pink flowering clusters that will bloom from mid-summer until fall. Has very narrow paddle-shaped leaves that spiral around and form dense mats. The foliage may turn a brownish-red color in the autumn in full sun.
Plants forms a thick ground cover even the first year that it is grown from seeds.
For zones 5-9.
 21mg pack ( about 500 seeds )$3.95
TRN249 Golden Sedum ( Sedum reflexum )
Evergreen creeper, golden yellow, feathery flower clusters, narrow blue-green leaf, perennial grows about 8" tall, hardy to zone 3.
 22mg ( about 250 seeds ) $2.95
TRN254 Selsie ( Sedum selskianum )
A hardy, handsome and well-behaved perennial that produces dense mounds of glossy bright green foliage. The flat, succulent leaves are alternately deployed on upright stems that form a low lush mound.
In late spring and summer, tiny stems bear small starry shaped golden-yellow flowers.
Growing to a height of 8 inches, it is hardy to around minus 28 degrees. It does best in porous soil and full sun to light shade and thrives in sun drenched rock gardens, crumbling walls or rocky scree. It also does well in containers in well-drained potting mix.
Does well in zones 3-9.
 28mg pack ( about 500 tiny seeds ) $6.95
TRN259 Sedum sexangulare
Dense sweetly aromatic foliage, lemon flowers, perennial grows about 5" tall, hardy for zones 4-9.
 21mg pack ( about 1,000 tiny seeds ) $8.95
TRN253 Summer Glory ( Sedum spurium )
This sedum stonecrop grows 4-6 inches high. The leaves tint red in the fall and the blooms are dark pink star-like blossoms that will grow from early July to September.
A low growing succulent plant that thrives in well-drained soil but will grow in most soil types. It's perfect to grow in trouble areas. Deer resistant.
For zones 5-10.
 5mg pack ( about 100 tiny seeds ) $2.95