Yellow Stonecrop - Plant

Sedum acre 
Yellow Stonecrop product photo

Evergreen Perennial

This attractive, evergreen ground cover retains its leaves in winter! Ideal for borders, pots on the patio and in the rock garden. The impressive, yellow Stonecrop (Sedum Acre) forms a dense carpet of fleshy, green leaves and countless star-shaped yellow florets! Well-drained soil is essential, this succulent is hardy and resistant to sea winds.
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Plant Details

  • Planting
  • Yellow Stonecrop grows well in the ground and feels at home in any type of soil. Prepare a suitable hole and plant the Yellow Stonecrop at the appropriate depth in the hole. The top of the root ball should be just slightly below ground level. Fill the hole with soil and press firmly. Water immediately after planting. Heavy garden soil can be improved by mixing in some sharp sand. Yellow Stonecrop blossoms and grows well in complete or partial sunshine and even in the shade.
    Yellow Stonecrop can grow in a shallow bowl
    The strong Yellow Stonecrop is also beautiful in a flower pot, planter or shallow bowl. You can combine it in a pot with other small plants such as Thymus Serpyllum. Fill it with sandy soil and some decorative stones. Make sure that there is adequate drainage. Let the plants weave their way between the stones. Yellow Stonecrop is an original plant that remains beautiful throughout the entire year.
  • Care
  • Yellow Stonecrop is a strong plant that requires minimal maintenance. Water it during very dry and warm periods. Between October and March large clumps can be divided and replanted. This ground cover plant is hardy.
  • Specifics
  • The Yellow Stonecrop is one of the strongest plants that exist. It can even grow along a wall or on a roof. The thick, evergreen leaves of this plant rapidly form a dense sod. Yellow Stonecrop is a succulent plant since its leaves can retain high levels of moisture, which means that it fights very well against drought.