Sedum: Cultivated Stonecrops (Hardcover)

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Sedum: Cultivated Stonecrops (Hardcover)

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Sedums are sun-loving, drought-resistant, and mostly hardy. They are prized by rock gardeners and succulent enthusiasts for their color and interesting shapes. This definitive study by one of the world's authorities provides cultural information for more than 400 stonecrop species and varieties, many of them photographed in their native habitats.
Ray Stephenson is the Founder and Chairman of the Sedum Society in England, and his Northumberland garden with its 800 different stonecrops—probably the most diverse collection in the world—has been officially designated as The National Collection of Sedum. Stephenson is also the editor of the Sedum Society Newsletter.
Product Details ISBN: 9780881922387
Publisher: Timber Press
Publication Date: November 15th, 1994
Pages: 356
"For any gardener who wants to learn more about this attractive and versatile group of plants, this is simply the finest book available. Attractively presented, interestingly written, and containing just about everything known today about sedums for the garden, Ray Stephenson's new work can be highly recommended."
—David Heller, Rock Garden Quarterly, Winter 1995