Sedum telephium ‘Emperor’s Waves’ seeds


This plant has showy purple red flowers above succulent blue green leaves and it blooms in summer and autumn when there isnt very much other colour in the garden.It is an easy care hardy plant which provides great value in the garden.

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Sedum ‘Emperor’s Waves’ provides a welcome splash of colour in late summer and autumn. It has flower heads made up of masses of tiny star shaped purple-red pink flowers, and these stand above the succulent blue green foliage.The stems are dark purplish red.
It prefers well-drained soil,and likes full sun or a lightly shaded spot. It will also do well in containers filled with good quality compost. It is a great little plant, being hardy and drought resistant.

Sowing advice
Sow in spring and autumn
Sow on the top of moist seed raising mix. Do not cover as the seeds need light to germinate. Propagate at 20 degrees C. Germinates in approx 2-3 weeks

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Maximum Height

approx 40 cm

Number of seeds in packet

approx 30