Autumn Joy' refers to the beautiful masses of tiny, star-like pink flowers that emerge in September and gradually change to deep rose-red and then coppery-rust later in autumn. The flowers appear in large flattened heads, 3-6" in diameter, atop stems of soft grayish-green fleshy succulent-like leaves in upright to slightly spreading clumps. The name 'Stonecrop' refers to the frequent sighting of this genus in the wild, growing on rocks and stony ledges.

Hylotelephium telephium ‘Autumn Joy’, Autumn Joy Stonecrop

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  • Height: 2'. Pink to rust-colored blooms in fall. Attracts pollinators.
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