With Sedum, the diversity of colors, shapes, and forms seems endless. Another name for Sedum is stonecrop, a common native among the rocks of the Wind River foothills. The varieties we carry here at Sprouts look a little different then the one you would find naturally, but they do pack a punch with their beauty. Sedums are rugged, cold hardy succulents that are extremely drought tolerant. The thick, harlequin leaves create a mesmerizing ground cover, and will produce tiny blooms come mid to late summer. They can take a variety of light, soil and moisture conditions, but prefer drier, well drained areas in full sun. Though not deer proof, the deer usually have no interest in the Sedum in your garden.