Sedum, Maestro


 Description: 'Maestro' forms a clump of blue-green foliage which casually turns purple as the seasons wear on. 5 - 7" red flower heads give way to mauve blooms atop the purple foliage in late summer. This clumping upright Sedum can be substituted for bushes in landscapes.

Common Name: Maestro Sedum

Scientific Name: Sedum 'Maestro'

Type: Perennial

Exposure: Full Sun

Size: 24-30" height, 24" spread

Bloom Color: Pink Blooms late Summer to Early Fall

Landscape Use: Border, Container, Cut Flower, Dried Flower, Landscape Accent

Soil: Well-Drained

Zone: 3 - 9

Companion Plants: First Blush, Butterfly Bush, Mum, Little Zebra Grass, Red Head Grass, Russian Sage

Maintenance: Low



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