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Sedum 'Sunsparkler Lime Zinger' - 9cm Plant

Marshalls

£8.99

Catalogue Code: 5140-5750

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Be dazzled by Sedum ‘Sunsparkler Lime Zinger’, which forms mats of zesty-green succulent leaves with a bright red edge. Come late summer this plant will produce clusters of pink flowers that bees love. Perfect for ground cover, alpine or rockery gardens, or for patio pots, this stonecrop is drought tolerant once established. This plant is a perennial that dies back at the end of the year, before emerging again in spring. It’s also known as Hylotelephium ‘Lime Zinger’ PBR (Sunsparkler Series). Will grow in full sun or light shade.

Key Features

  • Perfect for pots and containers
  • Loved by pollinators
  • Hardy perennial
  • Disease resistant
  • Prefers full sun

Pack Contents: 9cm Potted Plant

Size: Fully established spread: 45cm

Height: Fully established: 15cm

Description

  • Attractive carpets of red-edged zesty green succulent leaves
  • Pink flowers in late summer
  • Grows in full sun or light shade
  • Fully established spread: 45cm and height: 15cm
  • Bee-friendly
  • Drought-tolerant
  • Needs well-drained neutral or alkaline soils

Pretty Sedum ‘Lime Zinger’, also known as Hylotelephium ‘Lime Zinger’ PBR (Sunsparkler Series) is a lovely addition to a border or rock garden, with its mats of red-edged zesty green succulent leaves and pink flowers that are great for bees. It loves full sun and is drought-tolerant once established. This plant does well in shallow stony soil and tolerates free-draining moist soil.

How you will receive your sedums:

Selected by our team of experts and sent from our nursery, you will receive your sedum in a pot, ready to plant out.

Can’t plant straight away?

Keep the soil moist.

Planting tips and hints:

Planting in the ground: Best planted in autumn or spring while the ground is more moist. Dig a hole the same size as the pot your sedum comes in and place the sedum in the hole with the top of its compost level with the surface of the soil. Allow 0.5 metres between this plant and others as it will cover more ground as it grows. Water well.

Aftercare: Cut back spent stems after flowering or leave to die back naturally. Split plants every three or four years in spring so that they remain vigorous. To avoid ‘flopping’, especially in fertile soils, cut back every third stem at the end of May. This will produce plants that are less lush and which will flower slightly later and avoid an open centre.

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