1 Gal. Autumn Joy Stonecrop Shrub With Large Fall-Blooming Pink Flowers
Autumn Joy Stonecrop is boasts extremely hardy large pink flowers that begin to appear in late summer and continue blossoming until the middle of fall, typically in November, when hard frosts start to set in, and sunlight begins to diminish. A noteworthy characteristic of Autumn Joy is that as the fall progresses, the strawberry-pink flowers change their color to a more seasonal shade of copper-red. This makes for the perfect complement to the colorful changes in deciduous foliage happening all around. Blooms attract all manner of late-season pollinators including hummingbirds, butterflies, and honeybees. The Autumn Joy Sedum shrub lives most comfortably in USDA Cold Hardiness Zones 3-9 and reaches an equal height and width of 2 ft.
Large pink flowers bloom in late summer to mid fall
Pink flowers mature to a copper orange color
Very cold hardy down to minus 35°F
Among the most popular perennials in North America