Sedum Matrona – Tall 90cm self supporting red stemmed sedum, flowers during late summer into autumn, displays broccoli shaped flower heads holding hundreds of pale pink tiny blooms. Sedum Telephium Matrona is very drought tolerant and hardy.
Sedums Will NOT GROW in sub tropics.
Sedums begin blooming in late summer and continue through the middle of autumn. After flowering, they die back to their bases prior to the onset of winter, and during the colder months, they produce a carpet of rosette-shaped leaves before beginning to grow again in the early spring.
A herbaceous perennial division will be dug out of my garden.