Sedum 'John Creech' (Sedum spurium 'John Creech')
- Small, scalloped green leaves form a durable, weed smothering ground cover. Small pink flowers create a layer of color over the lush carpet of foliage in summer. A wonderful variety for spotting in retaining walls and rock gardens. Very ornamental when in bloom and deer-resistant. John Creech, former director of the U.S. National Arboreteum, reportedly collected this plant at the Central Siberian Botanic Garden in 1971.
- Full sun, this low-growing ground cover adapts itself well to even the poorest soils, extremely drought-tolerant.
- Spreads to form a solid carpet 3-4” high by 18” wide. Evergreen.
Was nicer than expected and bigger, but sent email with question about planting and did not get a response 🤔