Common Name Sedum, Stonecrop
Genus  Sedum
Species spectabile, telephium, hybrid 
Family Crassulaceae
Life Cycle  Perennial 
Tray Size  32
Plug Care Harden off and plant out or bump up into larger pots soon after receiving plugs. When planting out be sure you do not bury the crowns. Plant the plugs so that the top of the growing medium is level with the soil.
Netting / Staking Not necessary. 
Temperature Range Hardiness zones 4-9. Grows best with 60-65F nights and 75-80F days. 
Spacing 24"
Soil Preference Well draining soil is essential for most of these cultivars. They are quite forgiving with soil types but perform best in lean, mineral soil. Once established, sedum have low water needs and should be allowed to dry completely between waterings. 
Day Length Obligate long-day plants. Plant in full sun. 
Pinching Pinch one week after transplant to encourage basal branching. 
When to Plant Plant anytime from last frost in the spring through to mid summer to allow the plants to establish before the onset of winter weather. 
Harvesting Sedum can be harvested for foliage, in bud, or in flower. It's a very versatile plant. 
Post Harvest Care Cut stems last over a week in the vase. Clean water and the use of a floral preservative will help maximize vase life. 
Diseases / Insects Sedum are quite resistant to most pests and disease. They can be affected by aphids, and fungal issues or root rot if in an area with poor drainage. 
Bailey's Notes

"I think Sedum is the most underrated perennial cut flower! Cut it green, cut it in bud, cut it in flower, cut it as it fades, cut it dry... It just doesn't matter. It bulks up arrangements and adds texture to any arrangement. It's also pretty hard to kill. I have it growing in full shade, full sun, in wet soil, and on top of gravel, and it seems pretty happy everywhere. In general it prefers good drainage and full sun. Clumps get bigger each year."

Terra Nova cultivars are patented plants and can not be propagated. They are propagated via tissue culture so the plants you receive are exact clones of the stock plants. 

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