• Sedum cauticola

Sedum cauticola

Cliff-Dwelling Stonecrop, Japanese Stonecrop, Stonecrop
Size: ex 9cm pot

Availability: In stock

£3.99

Quick Overview

  • Ground-covering Sedum
  • Hardy and drought-resistant
  • Attractive pink flowers and blue-grey foliage
  • Ideal for green roofs or vertical gardens
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Description

Sedum cauticola, Cliff-Dwelling Stonecrop, is native to Japan and makes a tough, hardy, drought-tolerant ground-cover that is ideal for dry gravel gardens. rockeries, stonewalls and roof gardens. It has a vigourous habit, attractive blue-grey foliage and showy pink flowers in the late summer to early autumn.

Sedum cauticola is still a taxonomically unresolved name and it is sometimes encountered by its synonym, Hylotelephium cauticola. There is also a cultivar going by the ghastly name 'Coca Cola', I can't discern any difference between it and the type species and I presume it's just another gimmicky marketing exercise dreamt up by some sad character trying to flog more plants.

Additional Information

Order Saxifragales
Family Crassulaceae
Sub-Family Sedoideae
Synonyms Hylotelephium cauticola
Geographical Origin Japan
Cultivation Dry, gravelly, well-drained soil. Sun, tolerates some shade
Eventual Height 6cm
Eventual Spread Spreading to form a mat
Hardiness Hardy

Sedum cauticola

Cliff-Dwelling Stonecrop, Japanese Stonecrop, Stonecrop
Size: ex 9cm pot

Availability: In stock

£3.99
You could receive 20 Palm Points for writing a review and/or rating this product.

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