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UPC: 794094314104
Shipping: Calculated at Checkout
Common Name: Stonecrop
Plant Type: Perennial, Ground Cover
Exposure: Sun
Hardiness Zone: 3-9
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Summer-Fall
Garden Height: 6-8 Inches
Garden Spread: 12-18 Inches
Size Category: Short: 18 Inches or less
Heat Tolerant: Yes
Drought Tolerant: Yes
Deer Resistant: Yes
Pot Size: 5.25 Inch Square Pot

Will begin shipping Apr 1st 2024 . Ship date varies based on your location, hardiness zone, and the maturity level of the plant. If you have a specific shipping time request, please add it in the comments for your order.

Sedum SunSparkler® Series 'Firecracker'


Pot Size: 5.25 Inch Square Pot

  • Bright cherry-red foliage in a tidy mound
  • Light pink flowers cover the plant in summer
  • Improved habit stays neat & won't flop apart or sprawl too much

Sedum Sunsparkler® 'Fire Cracker' is an improved variety over 'Cherry Tart'. It has shiny, cherry-red, succulent foliage that darkens to burgundy with gray-blue tips in summer, and an excellent branching habit that forms a dense mound. In mid to late summer, pink flower clusters approximately 5" in size cover the plant for up to 4 weeks. Lots of color for the summer garden!

The SunSparkler Series of Sedums is a favorite of ours here at Romence Gardens. They are easy & durable and come in a variety of colors that mix & match well with each other, as well as other Sedums and succulents, or even most sun-loving garden plants. Check out these beauties and prepare to be delighted!

Uses: Beds, Borders, Containers, Edging, Groundcover, Landscapes, Mass Planting, Rock Gardens
Nature Attraction: Bees, Butterflies
Critter Resistance: Deer, Rabbit
Notable Features: Heat & Drought Tolerant, Salt Tolerant
Growth Habit: Spreading

Homeowner Growing Tips: Grow in full sun, in well-drained soil. Tolerates some light shade in hot Southern climates. Tolerates clay soil; does well in sandy or gravelly soils. This slow spreader is good for tucking between stepping stones, amongst rocks, or spilling over retaining walls. Cut back spent flower stems or dead foliage in late winter. Divide clumps every 3 years, if desired.