Will trail over walls and the edges of pots in container gardens and head planters. Sadly, if that is what you have, I'm sorry to say that you have a bloom stalk, which if you're lucky it will root, but probably not grow. Tip. It is low-growing, but taller than sedum humifusum. Heat and drought tolerant once established. It has blue-green spiral leaves and small yellow flowers. Plant Info. It’s a great spreading ground cover if you help it along a little by sprigging offshoots into the ground where you want them. Characteristics: Heat Tolerant. Make sure that the leaf you get from a clean tug, that is, that there is no part of the leaf on the stem because doing so will give you a better chance of making a successful spread. It is evergreen in warmer to mild regions. It's alway fun to make new plants. Many of those will pop up into new plants. ‘Blue Spruce’ is a great one for propagating since anywhere you stick it, it grows! Marketing Information: Bench Card Download a Bench Card. Hardiness Degree: -40°F (-40°C) Blooming Season: Summer, Late Summer. Sep 17, 2016 - Explore Liz Dutton's board "Garden sedum blue spruce", followed by 196 people on Pinterest. Common Name: Stonecrop. We have a blue spruce sedum that has had several offspring. Very easy to grow from cuttings at any time of the year. Jul 26, 2012 - Explore Humzah Khraim's board "Hardy Succulents" on Pinterest. Propagate by seed and cuttings, although division seems to be the easiest for most. 'Blue Spruce' is a low growing cultivar with bluish foliage and conifer-like leaves. Terrific for sunny areas with poor dry soil. The Colorado blue spruce, with its symmetrical shape and lovely bluish-green needles, is a majestic-looking tree that can soar to a height of 100 feet and attain a width of 30 feet. These succulents grow well in zones 3-11 and can make a magnificent ground cover. Sedum Reflexum ‘Blue Spruce or Blue Stonecrop’ Also known as Petrosedum rupestre (Common names: Blue Stonecrop, Blue Spruce, Jenny’s Stonecrop) have blue-green foliage that turns light green to yellow with pinkish overtones in the winter and under full sun. Why We Love It: For its beautiful blue leaves. common name: stonecrop. S. Hylotelephium sieboldii has silver-blue leaves with distinctive red edges. We're partial to plants with silvery-blue foliage, so 'Blue Spruce' is a favorite. A beautiful and easy plant in dazzling colours that are different depending on their spot: in the sun the foliage is dark purple with bright pink edges, in the semi-shade the foliage is light purple with bright pink edges and in the shade the foliage is blue-green with white and pink edges. How To Propagate Blue Spruce Sedum reflexum. Propagation: Like most succulents, Sedum morganianum is a snap to propagate. Sedum Blue Spruce thrives on neglect and easily adapts to soils ranging from pure sand to solid clay. Blue Spruce Sedum reflexum Sedum ‘Blue Spruce’ Zone: 3 to 9 golden acre sedum acre golden acre Golden Carpet Stonecrop Sedum acre Gold Moss Sedum, Zone: 4a-9b Fulda Glow Sedum spurium ‘Fuldaglut’ Zone: 3/4- 8/9 Japanese Stonecrop sedum kamtschaticum var. Masses of bright yellow flowers stand atop the silvery blue foliage in late summer. Good Substitutions . Plants grow to 8" tall and can spread to form a colorful low-growing mat to 20" across. Apr 16, 2020 - Explore LAVI D's board "Sedum plant" on Pinterest. The Spanish Sedum Stonecrop does very well planted between rocks and pavers. It is great for rock walls, green roofs, walkways and containers. Its remarkable blue color can create a wonderful contrast in your garden. Grows with a spreading and sprawling habit up to 4-6 in. Sedum reflexum “Blue Spruce Stonecrop” can spread perfectly through its leaves. height: 6" light: full sun. Scientific Name: Sedum reflexum. How fast does Sedum Angelina grow? Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce' Growing and Maintenance Tips. Sedums (Sedum spp.) Sedums are a very good one for people to propagate. Propagation is easy. Water: Light. Here’s another look at the ‘Blue Spruce’ sedum. Sedum Blue Spruce thrives on neglect and easily adapts to soils ranging from pure sand to solid clay. bloom time: summer. These sedums often have one tap root ranging further into the soil media than the creepers. Simply cut the stems to the length you want, peel the bottom 1/3 of the leaves off and then let those stems heal off (this is where the cut end of the stem callus over) for 2 weeks to 3 months before planting. Just snip off an established stem and place in well-drained soil in a sunny spot. Prefers average to dry, well-drained soil in full sun. It works well as a transition between around low-sprawling evergreens, such as juniper or yews. Sedum reflexum ‘Blue Spruce’ 'Blue Spruce' has needle-like succulent blue-green foliage. Sedum “Blue Spruce”: This variety is called as such due to the fact that of its resemblance to blue-colored conifers. Another sedum in our garden is the ‘Blue Spruce’ sedum. Many varieties make low-maintenance indoor plants, where they will thrive with minimal care. In June deep mauve pink stems rise up to 10 inches (25 cm) and are topped with brilliant yellow flowers. It shoots up yellow flowers in the summer like in the picture to the right and has an attractive blue-green hue to its foliage. To grow this plant successfully is to realize that excessive summer water will be detramental. Fertilizer: Once a month. Small yellow star-shaped flowers emerge in summer. Hardiness Zone: 4a - 9b. You can even strip a small branch of it of all its leaves and gently press the leaves into some moist soil. Sedum reflexum Blue Spruce. tall (10-15 cm) and 18-24 in. Sedum rupestre 'Blue Spruce' – Blue Spruce Stonecrop July 8, 2017 Sedum rupestre 'Blue Spruce' is a drought tolerant groundcover with small, succulent blue leaves reminiscent of the needles of a blue… Break off healthy stems in early or late summer and poke them into the soil. These are low growing succulents that can grow up to 3-5 inches (1.18-1.97 cm) tall. See more ideas about Sedum, Succulents, Blue spruce. 'Blue Spruce' (Sedum reflexum, also known as Petrosedum rupestre) (Linné): A standout among hardy, low-maintenance, ground cover succulents.Its stiff, needle-like leaves hold a soft blue-green and flush salmon pink in winter. Native to North America: No. Sedum for Groundcovers such as the well behaved Sedum spurium 'John Creech', Sedum reflexum 'Angelina' or 'Blue Spruce' - many are magnets for butterflies and bees who flock to the nectar and pollen through the summer months. Their needles are loosely packed around the stem. Intolerant of wet soils. Sedum Blue Spruce --Listing is for 3 plants grown in 3 inch pots Steel blue foliage and yellow flowers on this fast growing ground cover make it the perfect choice for those poor-soil conditions. Zones: 6-9. Evergreen in milder climates. Great for fairy and container gardens. plug sizes: 72, 162. hardiness zone: 4 – 9. color: yellow. A slow spreader compared to Sedum album. It can get too leggy as a groundcover on its own, but it makes a lovely addition to a rock garden. See the end of this post for more propagation information. ellacombeanum Zone: 3 – 9 this is my favorite. Name: Sedum rupestre 'Blue Spruce' Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil. Excellent as a perennial border, in rock gardens, or as a groundcover. Great for rock gardens, green roofs, xeriscape gardens and in containers too. Needle-type sedums – such as Sedum rupestre Angelina and Sedum reflexum Blue spruce. I just took some cuttings of a red twig dogwood. These sedums often display very low biomass on the roofs and quickly disappears when other sedums take over. Sedum rupestre 'Blue Spruce' is a drought tolerant groundcover with small, succulent blue leaves reminiscent of the needles of a blue spruce conifer. It is also classified as a groundcover—it can grow only up to 5 inches tall, but will spread between 15 to 18 inches wide. Perfect for edging a driveway where the temperatures can top 100F. Propagation. Sedum Sunsparkler® Dream Dazzler is a dream come true! Its medium green leaves are small and needle-like, and the quickly spreading plant reaching a maximum height of only a couple of inches. More. Sedum “Blue Spruce ”: This variety is called as such because of its resemblance to blue-colored conifers. I grew this plant in 5b with no problems. Very easy to grow from cuttings at any time of the year. Blue Spruce Stonecrop (Sedum reflexum) is a vigorous, matforming, evergreen perennial with alternate, cylindrical, blue green leaves, to 1/2 to 3/4 inches long. Evergreen in warmer zones. ‘Purple Form’ sedum (Sedum hispanicum minus) is a new one we adding back in the spring. In the early summer, it will bloom beautiful yellow flowers. … Will trail over walls and the edges of pots in container gardens and head planters. Those like Angelina, Dragon’s Blood and Blue Spruce sedums multiply quickly in the ground. Sedum reflexum – Blue Spruce. Just snip off an established stem and place in well-drained soil in a sunny spot. It makes a striking specimen tree and an effective windbreak, and is also used as a Christmas tree. My favorite gardening hobby is propagation, and I found a few ways to multiply those in the Crassula family. It is evergreen in warmer to moderate regions. Size: to 4 inches tall. The blue-green foliage contrasts well with deep red & green sedums & sempervivums. Leaves are blue-gray in color. See more ideas about succulents, plants, sedum. Sedum reflexum “Blue Spruce” These sedums have fine, needle-like foliage making it a favorite of every succulent grower. Anyway, I'm feeling that what you have is actually Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce' or something similar - it's so hard to tell the scale (how big it actually is) that I'm not 100% sure. Blue Spruce Sedum is useful as a groundcover or border in garden beds, rock gardens & look stunning in fairy gardens. Many of these types grow quickly for succulents and are ready for division after a few months, especially the sedums. View All. provide eye-catching texture and structure with their waxy foliage and dainty, colorful flowers. I'd better get them going! It is low-growing, but taller than sedum humifusum. Growing sedums takes little effort, but you must choose a variety suited to growing indoors and provide the right conditions. Plant Habit: Spreading. They will take root readily and grow in a quick and carefree manner. See more ideas about Succulents garden, Succulents, Container gardening. Just turn the stem leaf gently. Sedum rupestre 'Blue Spruce' Foliage: height - 12cm (5"), width - 20cm (8") Flowers: Aug-Sept; Zone: 2 - 8. The blue color of the foliage is a great accent to the yellow summertime blooms. It has blue-green spiral leaves and small yellow flowers. 14 of 17. The cone-like leaves of S. rupestre are arranged on a 4-6" stalk which easily flops over and start rooting out. S. Petrosedum rupestre 'Blue Spruce' has bluish needle-like foliage resembling that of some evergreen shrubs. Plants in the genus Sedum are commonly called stonecrops because they are typically found in the wild growing on rocky or stony areas. Sedum reflexum Blue Spruce. Blue Spruce Sedum is useful as a groundcover or border in garden beds, rock gardens & look stunning in fairy gardens. The reflexum sedum is another good, low growing choice. 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