A RARE NATIVE!
Sedum 'Nevii' is native to small sections of Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. It sports tiny blue-green succulent leaves that form tufted clumps. White flowers with purple anthers bloom in early summer. Although very delicate in appearance it is in reality a tough, very hardy plant thatís good for walkways, troughs and rock gardens.
It has become quite rare in nature and has been placed on the threatened species list. No worries, our plants have been propagated in captivity, we do not offer plants taken from the wild.
MATURE HEIGHT: 3".
MATURE SPREAD: 8".
HARDINESS ZONES: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9.
FLOWER: Early season.
SUN EXPOSURE: Full sun to part sun.
SIZE SHIPPED: 2" pot.
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As of 9/19/23 the following plants are shipped dormant:
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Orders outside of the Midwest may incur added fees.