Sedum oregonense ‘McKenzie River’

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USDA Hardiness zone: Zn5a -15º to -20ºF

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Sedum oregonense ‘McKenzie River’

Creamy stone crop is a common succulent of mid to higher elevations of the  Oregon Cascades – it can also be found in the Siskiyous. This is a common plant on rocky slopes, scree its  even adaptable to heavier soils. Gray white leaves are crowded into rosettes. In spring stems rise to 6″ tall and produce creamy light yellow colored flowers. Absolutely adored by pollinators this very easy to grow perennial adapts very well to gardens. Its useful in rock gardens, troughs, containers in full sun to very light shade. Light summer water to very little, A classic plant of the Oregon Cascades. Primarily above 2000′. Evergreen. 3″ tall out of bloom and spreading to form large clumps several feet across. Not bothered by deer or rabbits. Lovely Oregon native. The cream/ivory flowers are a welcome respite where all other Oregon sedums are bright yellow. .  Oregon native plant. 

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