Sedum Autumn Joy
Massive heads of striking, dusty-pink flowers emerge from green, broccoli-like buds in August and stay on the plant well into the winter. These deepen to coppery-pink then reddish-bronze as they mature, eventually drying out and attracting birds to the garden during the winter.
This is a versatile, dependable variety which forms a substantial clump of stout, sturdy stems and succulent, light green leaves. Perfect for adding a vibrant splash of colour to the late summer and autumn garden, it attracts bees and butterflies and helps to add structure to winter beds.