Angelina Stonecrop

Sedum reflexum 'Angelina'

Angelina Stonecrop is a hardy succulent groundcover that requires very little maintenance, making it an ideal choice for busy gardeners. With its vibrant orange-yellow foliage, it packs a punch of color in any garden bed or container. This low-maintenance plant thrives in dry, sunny conditions but is highly adaptable to many soil and light conditions. Great for low borders and cascading over retaining walls.

UPDATE 2022: 2 of the 3 that I planted in 2021 came back in spring (or maybe never went away over winter?) but don’t look particularly flush as of May 15. So I bought a few more and planted those, hoping that these will take.

Companion Plants for Angelina Stonecrop

Coreopsis, Yarrow, Hens & Chicks, Ajuga ‘Black Scallop’

    Nursery Tag

    3-6" tall by 6-18" wide. Foliage turns orange in fall. Blooms summer and early fall. Hardy to zone 3. Water regularly. Drought and heat tolerant. Tolerates severe pruning

    Gardener's Log

    08/2021: Planted 3 among failing golden creeping jenny between stair retaining wall and creek.

    05/2022: Planted 3 more in same area to boost the number of plants

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