Outsidepride Sedum Acre - 5000 Seeds description and characteristics, review:
This perennial ground cover, Sedum Acre, is a perfect choice for a fast-growing carpet that only reaches 2 - 3 inches in height. Some common names for Sedum Acre are: Goldmoss Stonecrop, Goldmoss Sedum, Biting Stonecrop or Wallpepper. It is fairly drought tolerant, and it loves a position in full sun to partial shade. In the late spring, golden yellow blooms are held above the succulent foliage. Sedum Acre will spread but it is not considered to be aggressive. It has fairly shallow roots, so if it grows in an unwanted area, it is easy to pull out and manage. Use Sedum Acre in containers or handing baskets for a trailing accent, edge the border of the garden with it, place it in a rock garden, or grow it as a general ground cover. It grows well in poor soils. Sedum Acre can be started either indoors or directly outside. If starting inside, start the seed 6 - 8 weeks before the end of frost season. If starting outdoors, wait until frost danger has passed and soil temperatures have warmed to 70F. The Sedum Acre seed is exceptionally small. Press the seed into the soil but do not cover it. Keep the seed consistently moist until germination occurs which is usually within 28 days. Space the plants about 12 inches apart.
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USDA Zones: 4 - 8
Height: 2 - 3 inch perennial
Bloom Color: Golden yellow
Sowing Rate: Approximately 5000 seeds cover 100 square feet