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.