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Who would even guess that this green and cream variegated sedum will take on peach tones when the temperatures drop?
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Stonecrops are succulents that we love during the spring and summer months, and mourn their disappearance in the cold winter months. 'Atlantis' is something of an exception because even though it does die back in a freeze, it will often produce tiny peach-colored rosettes in late winter that stay low to the ground until spring, when they return to their green and cream variegated glory. Only four to six inches tall, 'Atlantis' will drape nicely over the edge of container planters and hanging baskets, adding wonderful color and texture to mixed summer baskets. As with all succulents, give this one sun and well-draining soil for best results. This particular variety can handle coastal conditions as well, and would work well in borders.
|Common Name||Stonecrop, Sedum 'Atlantis'|
|Mature Size||4" - 6" tall, 10" - 12" wide|
|Cold Hardiness||-25 ° F|
|Characteristics||Perennial, rabbit-resistant, attracts bees|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Structure||Low growing spreading|
|Uses||Rock gardens, coastal gardens, borders, containers, hanging baskets|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|
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