We have planted sedum in the gardens near Central Park West and Columbus Avenue.
Flowers from fall to winter
Sedum plants have massive heads of clustered pink flowers that later turn mauve. They will last well into the winter months. This plant grows the best in full sun, and looks the best when planted in masses.
Sedum is tough and adaptable; thick, sturdy stems will support flower heads, even when covered in several inches of snow. The plant is fairly maintenance free, slow to spread, and extremely drought tolerant.
Butterflies in Roosevelt Park
Sedum attracts butterflies – just one more reason we choose to plant it!