Sedoro ‘Blue Elf’
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First ever Sedum x Orostachys hybrid. Combines the best of both parents – Steel-blue tufted foliage rosettes and numerous lateral branches and smothered in tight clusters of dark pink, highly fragrant flowers in late summer from the Sedum parentage. Grows to a very tight, ultra-compact height of 3” and 15” wide within one year.
Sedoro is an intergeneric hybrid resulting from a cross between a plant in the genus Sedum with a plant in the genus Orostachys. Both are in the Stonecrop family. Many of the plants in each genus are typically found in the wild growing in dry rocky or stony areas.
X Sedoro hybrid name combines sed (from Sedum) and oro (from Orostachys).
X Sedoro 'Blue Elf'
Easily grown in average, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils. Thrives in sandy to gravelly soils of moderate to low fertility. Needs sharp soil drainage to perform well.
Steel blue foliage rosettes.
Dark pink, highly fragrant flowers in Summer.