|Will sedum 'Vera Jameson' do well in a bed with azaleas given that azaleas require acidic soil?
|Answer from NGA
July 19, 1998
|Sedums are very adaptable plants and will thrive in full sun in most any well drained soil. I would only be concerned if the soil is on the extremely acid side, which it probably is not, because even azaleas don't like extremes. I would also fertilize sedum sparingly for best flowering. I have Sedum "Autumn Joy" growing alongside azaleas and both plants are thriving.
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