Yes, this plant can be planted in a plater in full sun.
Hi Marci, thank you for your question. Two different plants! This yellow Sedum is a drought tolerant, ground cover that typically forms a dense foliage mat. The Esperanza is a tropical flowering shrub with dark green leaves and yellow, trumpet shaped blooms.
Hello, thank you for your inquiry. The Sedum will bloom during summer months and the flowers will give way to small fruits that turn russet red in autumn.
Yes, this plant may thrive in southern Florida so long as it does not get too much water and plenty of sun.
No, the plant does not grow well in that zone.
The plant has stems that can grow up to 3 feet tall.
Hi Larry, it is not necessary to cut the Sedum back unless it needs to be controlled.
Hello, that sounds like a lovely little plant. This particular Stonecrop does not have scented flowers. Unfortunately, we are not familiar with a Sedum that exhibits the qualities listed in your question.
This plant requires full sunlight.