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Sedum dasyphyllum 'Himalayan Skies'

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Slightly flattened, oval leaves spiral tightly up the draping stems of Sedum dasyphyllum ‘Himalayan Skies,’ which earned its name by virtue of its hazy blue coloration. With each stem reaching up to 6 inches in length at maturity, and with a mat-forming growth habit, this specimen looks great in container plantings or along the front edge of rock gardens. Hardy down to Zone 7, ‘Himalayan Skies’ make a sturdy addition to any collection, contributing year-round color and texture indoors or out.

Bright light is key to retaining the look of ‘Himalayan Skies,’ by preventing the stems from etiolating, or stretching, instead of being covered in tightly packed blue leaves. Beyond this, however, the care of this variety is simple – excellent drainage, in the form of a porous soil mixture and a pot with adequate holes in the bottom, will make a positive impact, while ample airflow around the leaves and soil surface will take it the rest of the way.

When contented, ‘Himalayan Skies’ will send up clusters of petite white blooms during the spring and summer months, which perfectly offset its evenly blue foliage.

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