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Sedum 'Maestro' was discovered by Michigan's Gary Trucks as a mutation on Sedum 'Matrona'. In our trials, Sedum 'Maestro' has proven to be a superb garden plant, forming a 30" tall x 30" wide clump of sturdy, upright, maroon-red stalks which are clothed with fleshy lavender-grey foliage and topped in late summer with large flower heads of pinky purple. Sedum 'Maestro' also doesn't get the leaf scorch we sometimes see with Sedum 'Black Jack'. Our 3-year-old clumps are just outstanding...we think you're really going to like this one!