• Heat & drought tolerant, hardy, low nutrient needs, quick coverage, self-generating, low maintenance, low fire load, low profile
  • Sedums have proven to work very well on the harsh/extreme rooftop environment
  • They are succulents – they store water in their leaves so they require very little irrigation
  • They have thick waxy leaves – preserve water and minimize water loss from leaf surfaces
  • Sedums are CAM plants – they close the stomata during the day and uses stored CO2 taken in at night (and stored in acid form) for photosynthesis to minimize water loss
  • Low profile plants that do not need trimming/mowing
  • They regenerate themselves through seeds and cuttings
  • Sedums flower profusely in the summer and provide food for pollinators such as bees and butterflies