Bertram Anderson Stonecrop (Sedum x 'Bertram Anderson')
SEE-dum ex 'Bertram Anderson'

Deciduous Perennial
Buy Bertram Anderson Stonecrop
Size Notes Price Availability
#1 gallon Field $11.58 Likely available
5/30 - 6/2
6/13 - 6/16
7/4 - 7/7
24 Flat Field $63.24 Likely available
5/30 - 6/2
6/13 - 6/16
7/4 - 7/7


About Stonecrops

“Sedum” refers to an extremely diversified group of plants that has one thing in common: all sedum leaves are succulent, meaning they store water in their leaves. This gives them a plump, shiny look that provides a unique contrast in the garden, in planters, or along stone walls and walkways. The genus can be loosely split into three groups: upright (commonly called Border Sedums) and low-growing Creeping and Trailing Sedums.


There’s a moment in the garden when most plants have died back and things start to look a bit bleak, usually right around Halloween. This is Border Sedum’s finest hour. These Sedums begin blooming in August and certainly hold their own during the peak of any late-summer garden, but these plants can withstand very cold temps and look good doing it, which makes them an amazing addition on those dark November days. 


Low-growing Creeping and Trailing varieties of Sedums come in a huge array of shapes, sizes, and growing habits; some spread slowly, some are quite invasive, and some fit cozily into any little nook or crevice they can find and stay there quite happily. Most low-growing sedums do bloom, though some varieties have relatively muted blooms and are better known for their striking leaf shapes, colors, and designs.


  • Late season color
  • Unique shapes provide high contrast
  • Huge variety
  • Drought-tolerant (they store water in their leaves!)
  • Low maintenance


  • Some low-growing varieties are very invasive
  • Most varieties prefer full sun



Plant Data

Tags Attracts Birds, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Container, Deciduous, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Extended Bloom Time, Fall Color, Filler, Good for Beginners, Good for Borders, Good for Butterfly Garden, Good for Cottage Garden, Good for Cut Flowers, Good for Dried Flowers, Good for Rock Garden, Groundcover, Low Maintenance, Most Popular, Non-Allergenic, Normal Soil, Perennial, Popular For Fall, Rabbit Resistant, Showy Flowers, Succulent, Tolerant of Hot Dry Site, Tolerant of Moist Soil, Well-Drained Soil, Winter Interest
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