Unfortunately, growing sedum rarely practiced in the garden. Particularly good is the Purple Carpet sedum.
Sedum or sedum is perennial plant of the jungle family, succulent... Growing sedum in your garden is not a big deal for you. It can grow in full sun or partial shade and is drought tolerant like all succulents. Their massive long-term flowering will beautify any site. Even under the snow they leave in bloom... These plants are excellent honey plants. They are absolutely not demanding on soil and watering, but if you fertilize stonecrop with humus, it will grow faster and bloom brighter.
Propagate sedum seeds... They are sown in open ground before winter. Can be grown in seedlings in spring, but will require stratification... In April-March, place the seeds on the surface of moistened soil, in boxes, cover them with glass or plastic and place them on the lower shelf of the refrigerator for a couple of weeks. Then place the boxes in the room. Make sure that the soil with seeds does not dry out, spray it if necessary, regularly ventilate the resulting mini-greenhouse. Seedlings will appear in two or three weeks. When the plants have a couple of real leaves, they can be planted in separate containers.