Stonecrop, Creeping - Chocolate Ball

Stonecrop, Creeping

Sedum hakonense
Variety Name:
Chocolate Ball

Perhaps if whirled in a blender, the mound of spruce-like foliage might be described as “chocolate brown,” but intact and up close is an interesting mixture of deep bronze, copper, burgundy, and blue-gray that reddens in the fall. From a distance it is the color of a dark old penny. Tiny yellow flowers in summer. Wonderful companion for a gold or chartreuse stonecrop.

Perennial succulents with interesting leaves create a textural statement. Fine Gardening called stonecrop the "most versatile, drought-tolerant, and easy-to-grow perennial," producing "carpets of bloom that look spectacular."
sun,  part sun-part shade,  
butterflies, foliage, ground cover, poisonous, rock garden, US native, Saturday restock,
6 plants in a pack
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Sedum 'Chocolate Ball', dark red-brown leaves, yellow flowers

Symbol Key

    Sun, Part Sun/Part Shade, Shade
  •  Bee-Friendly
  •  Bird Food Source
  • Butterflies
  • Cold-Sensitive
  • Culinary
  • Edible Flowers
  • Ground Cover
  • Hummingbirds
  • Interesting Foliage
  • Medicinal
  • Minnesota Native
  • New This Year
  • Organic
  • Poisonous to Humans
  • Rock Garden
  • Saturday Restock