Plants - Perennials

Grow it: 'Black Jack' Stonecrop

Sedum 'Black Jack'

Why: For its succulent, deep purple foliage (this upright, sturdy plant is an offspring of the elegant S. ‘Matrona’). Bright pink blooms in late summer/early fall attract butterflies and combine well with dwarf reblooming daylilies. Seed heads provide food for wildlife and winter interest.  

60 cm tall by 35 to 45 cm wide

Prefers full sun and well-drained, slightly lean soil. Prune in spring when new growth appears; divide plants every three or four years. This good-natured, easy-to-grow plant is very drought-tolerant and deer-resistant. Zone 3

Photo provided by


Read more in Plants and Perennials

  • Page 1: 'Black Jack' Stonecrop

Follow Style At Home Online



Latest Contests

more contests