Sedum spurium Fuldaglut – Buy alpines

£2.50

Crimson flowers over plum, succulent foliage in the summer.

Grown in handy 9 cm pots:

Only 8 left in stock

Description

Sedum Fuldaglut description

Deep crimson flowers in the summer.

The foliage varies from green flushed with plum to a deep plum colour.

A pollinator friendly plant including bees.
This is a butterfly friendly plant.
Can tolerate a coastal aspect with a certain amount of salt laden air.

This plant is good for a rockery, tub or raised bedHow easy is it to grow:
Good for the front of a border, hanging over a wall, in a container, alpine bed or rock garden, or by a patio and it is undemanding provided in most soils, including heavy or clay ones there are no Vine Weevil in your garden (see ‘Care and maintenance’ below).

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Common name: Fuldaglut Caucasian Stonecrop.

Sedum Fuldaglut iflowering n June
Sedum Fuldaglut in June

The best position in the garden:

Prefers sun.

Prefers sun.

Is it useful as a ground cover plant?

Yes, it will fill a space at the front of a plant bed.

What type of soil:

Any reasonable soil, also tolerates chalky soil and clay soil.

How much moisture:

Normal or dryish stony.

Hardiness and, or, lifespan:

Hardy.

Care and maintenance:

When newly planted always keep it watered until the roots have grown down and it is able to find its own moisture.
It is susceptible to Vine Weevil which lay their eggs by the plant and these develop into white, banana shaped grubs that chomp the roots. Biological control is pretty good at controlling it.

Size of plant:

Height 20 cm.
Spread 40 cm.

Planting density – to calculate how many plants are required in a planting scheme:

Allow 5 plants per square metre.

Purchase alpine and rockery plants, herbs, wildflowers, perennials and other compact plants.

Additional information

Weight .25 kg

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