Sedum sieboldii, October Daphne Stonecrop

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October Daphne Stonecrop is a low growing mound forming succulent that sends out horizontal branches from the central stem that is adorned with coin shaped leaves that flush different colors during different seasons. When in bloom, during late September or October, this plant produces clusters of small pink star shaped flowers. It thrives in sandy well-draining soil, requires full sun, and needs average watering for a succulent. When in bloom this succulent is highly attractive to butterflies, making it perfect for rock gardens, containers or edging. The October Daphne Stonecrop has hardiness zones from 2 to 9.