Sedum rupestre ‘Stacks’

Common Name: Stacks

Talk about geometry in form! Look closely at how the leaves are “stacked” on the stems, and you will marvel at the symmetry and organization of it! Of course, that’s the “micro” view. On a larger scale, the Sedum rupestre, commonly known as ‘Stacks’ is a fantastic plant for small spaces and container succulent gardening. Its foliage is a beautiful blue color for great contrasts, and it creeps and crawls in a flat mat of 1′ round no taller than a few inches. It also hangs a few inches over the edge of a pot or wall for a nice softening effect. Hardy to sub-teens. Full sun in cooler climates of coastal and mountain areas. Some shade in desert climates.

  • Types: Succulent
  • Exposure: Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Height: 6 Inches
  • Width: 1 Foot
  • Hardy To: 12° F
  • Blooms: Insignificant Pale White during Late Winter to Early Spring