Proven Winners® Lemon Coral® Sedum

Sedum mexicanum

The spikey chartreuse foliage looks like it would be tough and prickly, but is actually quite soft and “petable.” It is wonderful in landscapes and is an outstanding container plant, where it will fall over the edge of containers. It loves heat and can tolerate dry soils, although average moisture will keep it looking fresh. Lemon Coral is grown for its lovely foliage, although if you are lucky it may bloom as well.

  • Light Needs: Partial to Full Sun
  • Water Needs: Water regularly, making sure soil does not become soggy
  • Bloom Season: N/A
  • Habit: Mounded, Trailing
  • USDA Hardiness Zone: 7-11
Barlow's strongly recommends not planting your tender annuals until nighttime temperatures consistently remain above 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Exposing these plants to temperatures below 55 degrees may lead to frost damage or the death of the plant.