Groundcovers - Sedums

Sedums have a waxy skin, which makes them drought tolerant.

 all take full sun to shade, moderate water, prefer neutral to alkaline soil

most will be a little large to be bushes, a few can make miniature trees, but most will be slightly oversize "cactus"

Sedum Adenium

Sedum anglicum
English stonecrop

sedum bombax ellypticum

sedum brachychiton rupestris

sedum brevifolium
shortleaf stronecrop

sedum bursera fagaroides, hindsiana, microphylla, schlectendahii

sedum ceraria fruticosa

sedum ceraria pygmaea

sedum commiphora glandulose

sedum cycas revoluta

sedum euphorbia ambovmbensis, balsamifera, cap-saintmariensis, cylindrifolia var tuberifera, francoisii

Sedum Ficu palmeri

sedum forquieria columnaris, diguetti, fasciculata, macdougallii

Sedum hintoni
Hintonii stonecrop

 

sedum jacaratia hasseleriana

secum jatopha cathartica, cordata, cuneata

Sedum kamtchaticum floriferum
stonecrop

sedum mestoklema tuberosa

sedum monsonia vanderietiae

Sedum multicepo
Pigmy Joshua stonecrop

Sedum nudum
stonecrop

sedum operculicarya decaryi

sedum pachycormis discolor

sedum pelargonium alternans, laxum

sedum pereskia weberiana

sedum portulaca afra, afra variegata, molokaiensis

 

sedum reflexum
yellow stonecrop

sedum sesamothamnus lugardae

Sedum spurium 'Dragon's blood'
Dragon's blood sedum

 

sedum trichodiadema bulbosum

sedum tylecodon paniculata

sedum uncarina decaryi