Sedum ‘Voodoo’

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Description

(Sedum spurium)

An easy to grow groundcover with masses of intense red-mahogany leaves which contrast with bright pink flowers.

POSITION & USES

An open, sunny position in poor to average garden soil. Suited to the edge of beds, along paths, in pots or baskets

CULTIVATION

Make sure that the soil is well drained by adding grit if necessary. Water at planting time but infrequently afterwards. Trim runners at the end of winter to tidy the plant if necessary.

FERTILISING

Regular applications of Seasol and Power Feed will keep it looking its best.

Plant Attributes

HAT COLOUR Red
SPECIAL QUALITIES Masses of intense red- mahogany leaves contrast with bright pink flowers. An easy to grow ground cover that thrives in poor soils and hot conditions. It will survive irregular watering which makes it suited to hanging baskets.
FLOWERS Bright rose coloured flowers from early summer to early autumn.
PLANTS NEEDED PER SQUARE METRE 6-7
HABIT A nearly prostrate, semi deciduous, spreading groundcover
WIDTH 45cm
HEIGHT 10cm