Sedum Gold Mound


A hardy low spreading succulent, great as a ‘filler’ plant for any garden or potted arrangement. It can die back a little in summer after all flowering has finished so it is recommended to cut back all flower stems and I usually take fresh cuttings and start them off again in other sections of my garden at this time also. Full sun to part sun is recommended to keep it looking its best, it does not do well in shaded areas and will ‘reach’ for more light making it look quite leggy and less attractive.

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