Light pink flowers above green and white variegated foliage
Deep cut foliage with a maple-like appearance. Dark red veination in the centers of the foliage. White flowers with maroon stems shoot up above the foliage like fairy wands and mid to late spring.
Vigorous and substantial plants growing to 24″ + have white and pink bicolor spikes that bloom in June into July. The crinkled green foliage is fragrant when crushed and deer resistant. Full sun; average soil. Adaptable, long lived and trouble free
Green maple-like leaves with dark imprints in the veining. White flowers emerge from pink buds leaving a two-toned flower spike.
Creamy white flower buds change to light pink flowers cover the top of the succulent foliage like clouds over the plains. Prefers a well drained location.
Chicago Botanic Garden introduction through Chicagoland Grows. Bicolored flowers, light pink and darker pink emerge in late May. Foliage is clean and attractive all growing season.
Deeply cut foliage with burgundy inlays. Forms slowly spreading clumps, eventually forming dense mats.
Deeply cut foliage with dark near-black markings. Pink flower spikes in late spring are beautifully shown above the mat-forming perennial. Can handle more sun than others and produces bronze fall color with sun.
Bright silvery-pink flowers cover this squatty sedum in fall. Bees and butterflies swarm the plant in bloom. Interesting foliage in spring and summer.
Purplish foliage on an upright Sedum. Deep pink flowers in fall are visited by bees and butterflies.