Sedum Dasyphyllum ‘Minor’
Sedum Dasyphyllum is one of the smallest sedum species. The tiny perennial is also known as ‘Corsican Stonecrop’. It has leaves measuring from 2-5mm each and the plant grows to no more than 10cm high and is an evergreen in milder regions. A true dwarf variety and a must have for rock gardens and alpine collectors.
Forms a delicate ground-hugging mound of incredibly detailed, miniature, succulent leaves with tones of green, blue and sometimes red. Summer gives way to small, pink stained flower buds held in bunches, opening into white, star shaped flowers to around 5mm across.
Thrives in most soils, but prefers a well drained, poor soil in full sun or partial shade. Avoid planting next to vigorous plants which may outcompete and smother it.
Ideally planted in rock gardens, troughs and crevices. Great for bees & pollinators.