Fall 2023 is (now) going to be a moment that I'll look back on and think about sedums. Sedums as groundcover have been on my radar since the success of the volunteer Angelina Sedum that started in our backyard and I've transplanted in a number of places. The past few weeks have featured a few Sedum that have gone in - a Chicks and Hens Hopewell and a pair of Voodoo Sedum - all of which are IB2DWs and are part of my growing groundcover collection. When I was at The Growing Place, I came across another new (to me) sedum: Sedum spurium 'John Creech'. You can see the sign above in this post. They say: A fantastic groundcover. Distinctive, spoon-shaped leaves. And it forms 'an extremely tight, dense mat that weeds don't have a chance '. Who is John Creech? From the Missouri Botanic Garden listing, they say : John Creech, former director of the U.S. National Arboreteum, reportedly collected this plant at the Central Siberian Botanic Garden in 1971.
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