Do sedums like more acid in the soil? Is there a good supplement I should be using? When I planted my sedum it had beautiful maroon leaves, every year since then they are just green. i would like to have them maroon again. Thanks for you help.
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Sedums survive in nearly any soil conditions.
You may have planted the commonly found Autumn Joy Sedum.
An Autumn Joy Sedum does best in moist soil with a ph between 6.0 to 7.5 which would be moderately acidic.
Each spring you can sprinkle a balanced light fertilizer in granular form around your Sedum plants.
Scratch into the soil and water in.