40cm. Fleshy clumps of succlent stems and leaves start the season a glaucous purple and gradually darken to a shade nearer to beetroot in the summer sun. Topped by flattish heads of raspberry pink flowers in late summer. Great for feeding bees and butterflies, grow in sun on well drained soil. Tolerant of drough conditions, once established

Sedum Purple Emperor

£5.00Price

Daisy Roots

Jenningbury, London Road
Hertford, HERTS. SG13 7NS
anne@daisyroots.com

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