The Sedum Angelina a vigorous growing bright green groundcover
The image above of the Sedum Angelina was taken July 28, 2009. The image at the bottom of the page is a great companion plant, Sedum Dragons Blood.
About The Sedum Angelina
Plant the succulent Sedum Angelina as an edging plant or as a groundcover for any flowerbed garden design. Plenty of bright yellow spike flowers.
Did you know that this succulent perennial was developed in a private garden in Croatia? I send great appreciation to them as this Sedum almost conquers all other varieties...and there are many.
How To Grow the Sedum Angelina
I planted the Angelina in my Middle Garden where the sun shines all day and the soil dries quickly. This succulent perennial seems to like its home as it has quadrupled in size.
Last year during my planting, a piece must have fallen off as I now have the Angelina growing in several other flower garden locations. Apparently, they root where they touch the ground (soil).
This succulent perennial makes a great groundcover and I recommend it highly for its vigorous growth habit and interesting needle-like foliage. The yellow star shaped flowers rise on short spikes and almost look paper-like.
Why not think of planting this Sedum in a rock or wall garden. Or better yet, try planting the Angelina in a container. You'll be amazed by the results.
Check out my Site Index Page for a listing of additional annuals and perennials to plant in your flower garden design.
Sedum Angelina Features
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