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Sedum 'Sunsparkler Wildfire'

Deep red succulent foliage and flowers

The Highlights

    • A strikingly different succulent, with rich red variegated foliage. In late summer this is topped with sprays of deep red flowers
    • Blooms from August to September
    • A medium to fast growing hardy perennial with no serious pest or disease issues
    • Excellent groundcover for sunny borders and alpine gardens or as a feature plant in containers
    • Grows to a compact height of 20cm
    • Rich in nectar, this variety has been awarded the RHS Plants for Pollinators designation

Sedum 'Sunsparkler Wildfire'

Deep red succulent foliage and flowers
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The Highlights

    • A strikingly different succulent, with rich red variegated foliage. In late summer this is topped with sprays of deep red flowers
    • Blooms from August to September
    • A medium to fast growing hardy perennial with no serious pest or disease issues
    • Excellent groundcover for sunny borders and alpine gardens or as a feature plant in containers
    • Grows to a compact height of 20cm
    • Rich in nectar, this variety has been awarded the RHS Plants for Pollinators designation

Know Your Plant

Supplied as:

Plant In 10.5cm Pot

Height on arrival:

Eventual height:

20cm

Eventual spread:

40cm
Spreads approx 40cm

Time to first crop:

Flower colour:

Red
Sprays of deep red star shaped flowers

Habit:

Mat-forming
Foliage spreads in low-growing mats with flower stems growing just above

Hardiness:

Fully hardy
H7 - fully hardy down to -20, needs no winter protection.

Rootstock:

Spacing:

40cm
Plant 40cm apart to allow for spreading

Care Guide

Excellent pest and disease resistance

Sedum has no serious pest or disease issues.

Water lightly

Water in well when planting. After that

Full sun

Sedum does best in a sheltered spot with around 6-8 hours of sunlight daily.

Fertile well drained soil

Sedum prefers moderately fertile

Feed in spring

Apply a thin layer of mulch (well rotted manure or compost) around the base of the plants in late winter or early spring.

Prune twice yearly

In February or March cut back the old flowerheads. Mature sedums can have a tendency to flop leaving an open and unsightly centre

For more care tips and ideas visit our Knowledge page

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