Sedum Sunsparkler Dazzleberry
Sedum Dazzleberry' photo courtesy of Chris Hansen


Sedum 'Dazzleberry' is a new groundcover type that forms a low growing mound of smoky blue-grey foliage. The giant, vibrant raspberry colored flowers completely cover the foliage from early August through September, making it one of the earliest of all fall blooming Sedum cultivars. This Sedum has fabulous color impact even from quite a distance and it provides color in the landscape for over 7 weeks.

  • Height: 15 - 20 cm (6 - 8 in)
  • Spread: 41 - 46 cm (16 - 18 in)
  • Cold Hardiness: Zone 3
  • Sun or Shade: sun to partial sun
  • Bloom Time: late summer
  • Leaf Colour: blue-grey
  • Bloom Colour: pink
  • Critter Resistance: rabbits
  • Nature Attraction: bees and butterflies

Growing and Maintenance Tips

Sedums thrive on neglect. Because of their ability to store water in their thick succulent leaves they are very drought tolerant. They do well in average well drained soil in full sun to light shade. Do not add extra organic material because this will make this plants open and floppy.