Hylotelephium 'Dazzleberry' (PBR) (SunSparkler Series)

stonecrop ( syn. Sedum )

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9cm pot £7.99
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Buy Hylotelephium 'Dazzleberry' (PBR) (SunSparkler Series) stonecrop ( syn. Sedum ): Ground-covering and early to flower

This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: moderately fertile, well-drained, neutral to slightly alkaline soil
  • Rate of growth: average to fast-growing
  • Flowering period: July to September
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This sedum has recently been introduced by its American breeder Chris Hansen, and it is already causing a bit of a stir. It has a spreading habit so makes great groundcover, and its smoky grey-blue foliage will make a wonderful contrast to other sun-loving plants with silvery foliage. It's at its best from midsummer, however, when the clusters of raspberry red flowers appear - virtually smothering the plant. This is an early flowering sedum, so if you love the colour these plants offer, then this will help extend the season even further.

  • Garden care: Apply a generous 5-7cm (2-3in) mulch of well-rotted garden compost or manure around the base of the plant.

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Eventual height & spread

A well grown healthy grass plant.


Used in a gravelled are with stones and cobbles to make a new seaside/prairie garden on a patch of poor rather shady ground





On a pot where it can be stroked. Lovely thing




Beautiful grass !


I bought this grass last summer. It is slow to grow, and only started doing something very late in the season this year, but then it did flower and the tassels are absolutely gorgeous. I love it and will patiently wait for it to clump up.




Tall and eye catching


This grass has looked great at the back of a border. Very tall with pretty seedheads that move in the breeze.




I love these grasses so elegant


I'm making a border with these grasses ,hope it grows the way I can see it in my head ,




The best seedhead ever


As the name implies, small fountain, and this is what the seedhead looks like. Mine was set back by being moved twice in its first year (so sorry), but it has survived the winter and is slowly growing again. I look forward to the autumn and a return of the inflorescence





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Will these 9cm plugs survive outdoors if planted in containers now December, or should they be kept indoors. They are tiny and delicate and am not sure if they will make it outside. Your advise appreciated. Thanks


Yes, these plants are fully hardy, so they should be planted straight out in the garden. It is also worth keeping in mind that as these plants die right back to below ground level at this timer of the year, they will look well past their best now - and will disappear altogether over the next few weeks. Fresh new growth will appear again in spring.


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