Drought-Tolerant Sedum Perennials for Sale | Garden Goods Direct
With their versatile garden uses and array of colors, from rosy red to cheery yellow, drought-tolerant sedum perennials make for a stunning addition to landscapes — and even containers. If you’re excited to add multiple varieties of this perennial to your garden, consider our striking selection of drought-tolerant sedum perennials for sale.
Types of Drought-Tolerant Sedum Perennials
To the delight of many gardeners, drought-tolerant sedum perennials come in a range of varieties. With each featuring a unique character, it’s easy to discover new favorites. Some of our nursery experts’ go-to varieties include:
Differences you’ll note when browsing drought-tolerant sedum perennials for sale include their:
- Growing zone
- Foliage color
- Mature size
- Bloom period
While color is critical, you’ll want to pay attention to each variety’s growing zone and full size as well.
Why Plant Drought-Tolerant Sedum Perennials?
For many gardeners, the tolerances of these perennials are a significant planting benefit. Many varieties can withstand not only drought but also deer, shallow to rocky soil and rabbits. Because of these tolerances, as well as the perennial’s preference for full sun, you can plant them in less-than-ideal areas.
Drought-tolerant sedum perennials are more than a groundcover, though. Create a border front, accent a rock garden or add a decorative touch to your porch and patio with containers or hanging baskets of these colorful and low-maintenance perennials.
Tips for Choosing the Right Variety of Drought-Tolerant Sedum Perennials
Before you buy drought-tolerant sedum perennials, it’s essential you choose the best varieties for your home. A technique our nursery experts use when shopping for their gardens is to ask the following questions when comparing plants:
- What growing zones do they like?
- How much space do they need?
- What quality must the soil be?
- How much sunlight or shade do they require?
If you’re debating between the drought-tolerant sedum autumn joy perennial and the drought-tolerant sedum rupestre perennial, for example, you’ll see they prefer different growing zones and reach different sizes at maturity. Both offer eye-catching foliage, though.
How to Care for Drought-Tolerant Sedum Perennials
After your drought-tolerant sedum perennials arrive, start by planting them in your garden. You’ll want an area with full sun and well-drained soil. Aim for dry to sandy soils instead of rich ones, as these perennials often thrive in drought-like conditions.
If you’re planting an array of drought-tolerant sedum perennials, space them 12 inches apart. Holes for your perennials should be twice the size of their root system and match the depth of your plant’s soil line, which you’ll see on their pot. It’s critical not to overwater these plants.
Contact Garden Goods to Buy Drought-Tolerant Sedum Perennials Today
With their diversity of colors, as well as resistances, drought-tolerant sedum perennials are a beautiful addition to gardens and homes. At Garden Goods Direct, we nurture these plants from seed, watching them flourish and blossom to their full potential before bringing their striking visuals to your landscape.
Buy your drought-tolerant sedum perennials today from the number one online garden center in America!