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sedum garden - Spring Grove Cemetery
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SPRING GROVE
SEDUM
GARDEN
Erkenbrecher
CEMETERY AND ARBORETUM
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HISTORIC
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LANDMARK
Spring Grove was chartered in 1845 as a nonprofit cemetery. Encompassing 733 acres, 15
lakes, a waterfall, and over 44 miles of winding
roads, Spring Grove remains a beautiful piece
of Cincinnati history. In 1987, Spring Grove
adopted its current name of “Spring Grove
Cemetery and Arboretum”. From the beginning, landscape design was an essential part of
Spring Grove’s development. Today, there are
over 1,200 different species of trees, shrubs,
and perennials labeled for study. Included in
this collection are both National and State
champion trees and the patented Spring
Grove Dogwood. In 2007, Spring Grove
was designated a National Historic Landmark,
a distinction that only five cemeteries in the
nation hold. In 2010, Spring Grove started
a horticulture volunteer program. Many opportunities are available including invasive
species control, annual/perennial bed maintenance, and woodland preservation. Please
contact Spring Grove at 513-853-4941 or
[email protected]
The entry gates are opened at 8:00AM and
locked at 6:00PM. The Main Gate only is
open until 8:00PM throughout our extended
summer hours on Mondays and Thursdays
(May 1 - August 31). When visiting the
cemetery, please park your vehicle along the
right side of the roads, keeping the vehicle on
the pavement. Public restrooms, located in
the foyer of the Customer Service Center,
remain open during regular gate hours. For
more information, please visit our website
at www.springgrove.org and
become a fan on facebook.
SPRING GROVE
Cemeteries Funeral Home Crematory
www.springgrove.org
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Dexter
Fleischmann
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Lytle
Robinson
Garden Mausoleum
SEDUM GARDEN
www.springgrove.org
SPRING GROVE CEMETERY AND ARBORETUM
Spring Grove’s
Funeral Home
Lawn
Crypt
The Gwen Mooney
Funeral Home
Rose
Garden
Parking
Norman
Chapel
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Customer Service
Center
Historic Office
Main Gate
Entrance
THE SEDUM GARDEN
Sedums, more commonly known as Stonecrop, are a group of
over 300 species of succulent plants in the Crassulaceae family.
Sedums are a popular, easy-to-grow perennial that provide unique
and unusual foliage and many colors of flowers. The flowers are
typically yellow, pink, or white; and are usually small and star-shaped,
containing five petals. Sedums are drought-tolerant plants that
prefer full sun and well-drained soil, often thriving on slopes.
The Sedum Garden at Spring Grove is a collection of twenty different selections. The sedum leaves are thick, almost flesh-like, and
provide interesting foliage throughout the growing season. Flowering in summer and well into fall, this garden displays an array of
color, whether it be the burgundy leaves of Sedum spurium ‘Fuldaglut’ or the hot pink flowers of Sedum spectabile ‘Hot Stuff ’. The
plants shown in this collection make great additions to any garden.
Sedums are also commonly used as groundcovers, in rock gardens, in containers, or on green roofs. Delosperma cooperi remains
the only non-sedum in this garden. Still a succulent and in the
Crassulaceae family, it is native to South Africa and was introduced
to North America in the 1980s. Fuschia flowers emerge in May
and put on a show through September. This plant is a cold-hardy,
drought-tolerant perennial with a low spreading habit and can be
used as a groundcover.
Also in the Sedum Garden is a contanstly flowing natural spring.
Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum received its name because of the high number of naturally occurring springs in the area
and for the nearby groves of existing trees.
PLANT DETAILS:
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1. SEDUM SPECTABILE ‘HOT STUFF’
7. SEDUM CAUTICOLA
11. SEDUM SPURIUM ‘TRICOLOR’
15. SEDUM SPECTABILE ‘PINK CHABLIS’
17. SEDUM REFLEXUM ‘BLUE SPRUCE’
common name: Hot Stuff Stonecrop
habit: upright
height: 12”
flower color: pink
foliage color: green, light green
bloom time: late summer, early fall
exposure: full sun
common name: Cauticola Sedum
habit: spreading
height: 3-4”
flower color: pink
foliage color: bue-grey with purple spots
bloom time: mid summer
exposure: full sun
common name:Tricolor Two-Row Sedum
habit: spreading
height: 4-6”
flower color: pink, rose, mauve
foliage color: variegated green, red, cream
bloom time: summer
exposure: full sun, partial shade, shade
common name: Pink Chablis Sedum
habit: upright
height: 14-18”
flower color: pink
foliage color: variegated green, cream
bloom time: late summer
exposure: full sun
common name: Blue Spruce Stonecrop
habit: spreading
height: 8-12”
flower color: yellow
foliage color: blue-green
bloom time: mid summer
exposure: full to partial sun
2. SEDUM DASYPHYLLUM ‘MAJOR’
8. SEDUM SPECTABILE ‘AUTUMN FIRE’
12. SEDUM ‘ROSY GLOW’
16. SEDUM TERNATUM
18. SEDUM SPECTABILE ‘AUTUMN JOY’
common name: Corsican Stonecrop
habit: spreading
height: 2-4”
flower color: white
foliage color: blue, grey-green
bloom time: early summer
exposure: full sun
common name: Autumn Fire Stonecrop
habit: upright
height: 24-36”
flower color: red, bronze
foliage color: green
bloom time: late summer, fall
exposure: full sun
common name: Rosy Glow Sedum
habit: upright
height: 8-12”
flower color: red, dark-red
foliage color: green with red stems
bloom time: late summer, early fall
exposure: full sun
common name: Woodland, Mountain, or
Three-leaved Stonecrop
habit: spreading
height: 2-5”
flower color: white
foliage color: green
bloom time: mid summer
exposure: light to moderate shade
common name: Autumn Joy Stonecrop
habit: upright
height: 16-24”
flower color: red, bronze
foliage color: green
bloom time: late summer, fall
exposure: full sun to partial shade
3. SEDUM SELSKIANUM ‘VARIEGATUM’
9. SEDUM SPURIUM ‘FULDAGLUT’
13. SEDUM SIEBOLDII ‘OCTOBER DAPHNE’
19. SEDUM HUMIFUSUM
common name: Variegated Stonecrop
habit: spreading
height: 6-8”
flower color: yellow
foliage color: green
bloom time: mid summer
exposure: full sun
common name: Two-Row Stonecrop
habit: spreading
height: 3-5”
flower color: pink, rose, red
foliage color: burgundy
bloom time: early summer
exposure: full sun
common name: October Daphne Stonecrop
habit: spreading
height: 6-12”
flower color: pink
foliage color: blue-green
bloom time: late summer
exposure: full sun
common name: Mini Mexican Sedum
habit: spreading
height: 1-4”
flower color: yellow
foliage color: green
bloom time: late summer
exposure: full to partial sun
4. DELOSPERMA COOPERI
10. SEDUM ACRE ‘GOLD MOSS’
14. SEDUM ‘HOT PINK’
20. SEDUM REQUIENI
common name: Hardy Ice Plant
habit: spreading
height: 6-8”
flower color: fuschia
foliage color: grey-green
bloom time: summer through fall
exposure: full sun
common name: Gold Moss Sedum
habit: spreading
height: 4-8”
flower color: yellow
foliage color: green
bloom time: late spring
exposure: partial shade
common name: Hot Pink Stonecrop
habit: upright
height: 12”
flower color: pink
foliage color: green, light-green
bloom time: late summer
exposure: full sun
common name: Moss Sedum
habit: spreading
height: 1-3”
flower color: white
foliage color: green
bloom time: mid summer
exposure: full sun
Japanese Yew
Hedge
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5. SEDUM HISPANICUM ‘PURPLE FORM’
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common name: Blue Carpet Stonecrop
habit: spreading
height: 3-5”
flower color: pink
foliage color: grey-blue, grey-purple
bloom time: mid to late summer
exposure: full sun to partial shade
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6. SEDUM RUPESTRE ‘ANGELINA’
common name: Angelina Stonecrop
habit: spreading
height: 4-6”
flower color: yellow
foliage color: yellow, yellow-green
bloom time: mid summer
exposure: full sun to partial shade
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Leatherleaf
Mahonia
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Stairs
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Boulder
Natural
Spring
Royal Star
Magnolia
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