A low growing succulent with a profusion of golden-yellow flowers from May to August. Plants grow to a height of about 15cm and form a creeping mat of scalloped green leaves. Leaves turn an attractive red/orange in autumn. These plants are good for a wide range of places in the garden including rockeries and gravel gardens, containers, as ground cover for hot sites with poor soils, and as green roofs. They look good in drifts and groups.
This Sedum prefers a warm sunny spot and well-drained soil. Plants tolerate drought and part shade. They attract bees when in flower.
Pack of approx 200 small seeds. Sow anytime, typically spring to autumn. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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