John Creech Sedum


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What is John Creech Sedum

John Creech Sedum, scientifically known as Phedimus spurius ‘John Creech’, is a durable, low-maintenance groundcover plant. It’s known for its resilience to cold and is hardy in a very wide range of USDA zones, from zone 2 all the way to zone 9​​. This means it can withstand extreme cold temperatures as low as -40 °F (-40 °C) in zone 3a, making it suitable for a variety of climates including those with harsh winters​​.

The plant thrives in full sun and can tolerate hot, sunny sites very well, and it’s useful for massing as a lawn substitute or for growing between flagstones or in rock gardens​​. Despite being drought-resistant, it does require some watering, especially when the soil is poor. To aid its growth, a balanced low-number fertilizer can be used​​.

In summary, John Creech Sedum is a versatile groundcover that can survive in a wide range of temperatures and conditions, making it an excellent choice for gardeners in most USDA zones. With its rounded deep-green leaves and small clusters of mauve-pink starry flowers that bloom in summer, it offers a visually appealing and practical landscaping solution.

John Creech Sedum Key Details

Feature Details
Size Height: 2-6 inches; Spread: up to 12 inches
Primary Color Bright green leaves
Secondary Color Mauve to rose-pink flowers
Cold Hardiness Zones 3 to 9, tolerates temperatures as low as -20°F
Light Requirement Full sun to partial shade
Growth Habit/Shape Spreading, mat-forming, semi-evergreen perennial
Special Features Low maintenance, drought tolerant, fire and shade tolerant, attracts butterflies


20-25CM 1POT


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