This brand new perennial was
discovered growing in a field of Sedum 'Matrona' at Walters Gardens in Michigan.
Black Jack has the same upright habit as Matrona but the leaves and stems are a very dark
purple that is visually striking. Black Jack begins to form buds in late August.
Pink flowers begin to open up in September on top of 2 foot tall stems. Being a new
perennial on the market, we have a very limited supply so if you are interested in Black
Jack please order early.
Sedum 'Black Jack'
Plant in full sun and provide an average well drained soil. Fertilize in
early spring with a combination of blood and bone meal. Liquid feed once in the
summer with fish emulsion or seaweed extract. Be careful not to mulch to deeply
around the stems as it can result in rot.
Zone: 3 - 9
Blooms: Aug - Oct
Height: 18" - 24"
Light: full sun
Soil: average / well drained
Size Shipped: bareroot plants
Culture Guide Explained
Photos of Sedum 'Black Jack' :
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