Just like the applicator used for applying makeup, this Stonecrop will produce a billowy, puffy dome of bright rosy pink flowers in late summer to early fall. Earlier in the season, when it is not in bloom, enjoy the impeccable habit of succulent blue green foliage. Strong stems resist falling apart in bloom, a trait common with taller Sedums. 'Powderpuff' is intermediate in height between groundcover Sedum and tall Sedums; a perfect height for the front of the border.
This plant falls into a category of hardy, dome shaped Sedum hybrids. These plants typically bloom in early fall on round mushroom cap-type habits. Especially vivid when planted en masse. Through the year they showcase succulent foliage and are well adapted to low water and rock gardens. If left standing, they provide winter interest and food for birds.