Thanks for adding to my knowledge of sedums and their many forms. I have discovered they work very well in my dry, New Mexico garden -- and they can even take our cold, dry winters. The only thing I find that they must have is sun. The ones I have planted in areas with little sun have perished. But they will put up with anything, it seems if they have sun. Your article shows that there are even more cultivars than I knew which is great. Thanks for your articles which ever broaden my knowledge of interesting new species and cultivars.
Started out with the very easy to grow Autumn Joy and am now interested in adding more of the low growing sedums, like the Dragon's Blood that I got a couple years back. They are certainly a hardy plant, and seem to thrive whereever there is sunshine. Very much enjoy your articles.