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flower feature: autumn joy sedums

Emily Oster

The thing I love most about Autumn Joy 'Sedums' is how much they change and evolve throughout the seasons. In the spring, they just look like a large succulent before turning into a sort of giant broccoli. Green blooms begin to form in early summer and by late summer they have turned pink. Through fall, the pink blooms turn to a rusty red and tend to stick around longer than most flowers before turning into dried seed heads in the winter. 

This perennial is super low maintenance and grows in hardiness zones 4-11. They need partial to full sun and grow about 18 - 24 inches tall. 

 from top left - autumn joy sedums in spring via  Stephi Gardens  - via  Monrovia  - via  Wikimedia  - via  Ledge & Garden  - via  Fine Gardening  - via BHG

from top left - autumn joy sedums in spring via Stephi Gardens - via Monrovia - via Wikimedia - via Ledge & Garden - via Fine Gardening - via BHG