Sedum spectabile Iceberg
Height 50cm with large domed flower heads
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Sedum spectabile Iceberg – produce clusters of white flower heads on 19-inch succulent stems from April to June.
Butterflies and bees are drawn to the flowers when the sun is shining. Sedums are drought-tolerant, low-maintenance, and simple to grow. These plants are appropriate for beginners. They enjoy hot dry full sun circumstances and can be grown in a sandy seaside garden.
Most upright sedums thrive on a little amount of fertiliser; too much nitrogen fertiliser causes their stems to grow top heavy, causing the flower heads to flop over.