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This wonderful and easy-to-grow groundcover is named after the former director of the US National Arboretum, the late John Creech. Dr. Creech discovered the plant in the Siberian Academ Gorodok Gardens in 1971. Finally in 2001, UK sedum authority Ray Stephenson positively identified it as Sedum spurium. This is not just any Sedum spurium, but a rare, small-foliaged, pink-flowered form. The small, scalloped green leaves of this weed-smothering groundcover are topped with pink flowers in fall. We think you'll really enjoy this durable plant.