What is the plant
Sedum sieboldii 'Mediovariegata', is a compact upright perennial sedum that has splashes of gold, cream, and green on its succulent leaves. The foliage emerges in early spring full of color and the color does green slightly in the summer; but still holds it's variegation. In late summer and throughout autumn white umbels are borne above the foliage to complete the display. After, finishing it's display for the year the leaves are dropped and dried flower heads remain. These amber colored heads can be left through the winter or trimmed a couple inches above the crown. Very drought tolerant and long lived perennia
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