Sedum Sunsparkler Wildfire
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Sedum Wildfire, Stonecrop

A fantastic, low care Sedum, ‘Wildfire’ carpets the garden with shiny cherry-red leaves edged with a contrasting neon-pink edge. Its vibrant foliage forms a dense mat of intense color. In late summer large rosy-pink flowers appear. Deer and bunnies don’t care for it. Butterflies and other pollinators always visit its nectar rich blossoms. In fall, its leaves transform to pumpkin-orange.

A vigorous grower, ‘Wildfire’ Sedum branches heavily making it an ideal ground cover. It works beautifully tucked in rock gardens and perennial beds, as an edging plant, along walkways, and with other succulents in containers. It makes a perfect choice for sunny, dry spaces. Like all Sedum, ‘Wildfire’ thrives on neglect, showing its best colors when grown in dry areas in full sun. 

A member of the outstanding Sunsparkler Sedum series. A colorful series of ultra-hardy Sedum from the breeding efforts of Chris Hansen. These ground cover Sedum boast unique habits and vibrant color!

Plant in average, well-draining soil in full sun to part shade. 

For more Succulents, see our Hardy Succulent & Cacti Collection.

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Sedum Planting Instructions and Care

Being versatile, carefree, and very easy to grow, Sedum are extremely popular. Low, spreading Sedum form a solid mat of foliage which is ideal for covering slopes, or for dry, sunny areas. Sedum work beautifully with other succulents in rock gardens, troughs or patio containers. They tolerate high heat, and are extremely drought tolerant and many are evergreen. Their thick, succulent leaves store water giving them low water needs. Most Sedum prefer sunny locations that are well drained, yet the lower growing varieties tolerate partial shade. Sedum thrive in average, sandy to gravelly soil with average fertility. Well-drained soil is a must. Sedum grown in rich soils or too much shade will become weak, floppy plants. Sedum are not bothered by pests or diseases. Their seed heads provide wonderful winter interest and food for birds. Remove old growth in spring.