Standard Sedum Blend, Green Roof Seed

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Packet: 1,000 seeds

Standard Sedum Blend, Green Roof Seed

This contains a blend of sedum species that will do well on a green roof garden. Blended together to do well in zones 3-9. A green roof has many benefits that include alleviating flooding, noise reduction, thermal insulation, building aesthetics and creating a natural habitat for animals to live. Direct sow 1-2 grams per 20 sq.ft. of roof space. Contains 14-16 different Sedum species: Sedum acre, album, ellacombianum, floriferum, hispanicum, hybridum, montanum, oreganum, pulchellum, reflexum, selskianum, sexangulare, spurium, stoloniferum.
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Packet: 1,000 seeds

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Weight

.008

Flower Height

6-18"'

Seed Type

Seed

Seeds Per Gram

24,000

Packet

1,000 seeds

Breed

Open-pollinated

Life Cycle

Perennial

Sow Method

Transplant

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