Sedum - Voodoo
Sedum Voodoo, Sedum 'Voodoo', is a low growing, spreading, mat-forming sedum.
It has dark maroon leaves and is commonly grown as a ground cover. Tiny, star-shaped, rose-red flowers bloom in late spring to midsummer.
Voodoo is easily grown in average, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun, but it does tolerate some light shade.
This plant thrives in sandy or gravelly soils, but needs good soil drainage to perform well; avoid overwatering.
The plants should be spaced 12” apart when grown as a ground cover. Voodoo plants are evergreen in warm winter climates.
Use in rock gardens, in borders, or on slopes to control erosion; best if grown in groups or in a mass for a ground cover.
* Carefree plant
* Easy to grow
* Deer resistant
|Mature Height||3-6 inches|
|Mature Spread||12-18 inches|
|Mature Form||Clumping, Spreading|
|Sun Exposure||Sun to Part Shade|