Sedum Sieboldii Mediovariegatum

Sedum sieboldii ‘Mediovariegatum’ is a unique cultivar known for it’s tricolored foliage and bright blooms. Powdery blue leaves have a cream-colored center and form a burgundy edge in the fall that mound like a crown in the center of the plant. Clusters of rose-pink blooms grow out of the foliage to call in bees and butterflies in the fall.

Hardy to Zones: 4-9



  • Low maintenance
  • Drought tolerant once established
  • Attracts bees and butterflies



Flower Color: Pink
Foliage: Green, cream, burgundy
Type: Perennial
Habit: Semi-trailing, mounding
Height: 6-8″
Width: 12-18″
Flower Timing: Spring to fall
Heat Tolerance: Full sun to part shade
Patented: Open
Uses: Containers, landscape, rock gardens


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