- Sedum Matrona
- Clump forming
- Olive green foliage
- Pale pink flowers
Sedum Matrona, commonly known as Stonecrop. An upright, deciduous, clump forming perennial. Matrona has large, fleshy, succulent leaves which are shades of olive green, tinged pink near the margins. In late Summer and early Autumn dense clusters of pale pink flowers are carried in flattened heads at the end of the shoots.
Sedum Matrona is best grown in full sun and most free draining soils. Height 50 x 50cm. RHS Award of Garden Merit.
Season of Interest: Summer into Autumn
Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions