Deciduous - leaves to 8cm (3in) long.Brown or blackRed Sedum Purple Emperor - Common name:Stonecrop, Hylotelephium - Upright Sedum. COVID-19 UPDATE Our website is currently OPEN and accepting orders. An excellent choice for hot, sunny borders and exotic planting schemes.
Sedum 'Purple Emperor' from Burncoose Nurseries available online to buy - Information: bushy compact plant with red flowers and dark, almost black foliage.
In late summer, Sedum telephium 'Purple Emperor' produces wide panicles of ruby-red flowers that persist well into autumn. Sedum “Purple Emperor”: This variety, imported from England, is also a taller-growing sedum. There are also a number of low growing Sedums which are suitable for walls and ground cover, such as Sedum lydium, image below, which only grows to around 5cms and has a lovely autumn colour. The stems are topped with pinkish purple blooms during the summer. There are dark leaved varieties such as Sedum telephium with the RHS merit award (Atropurpureum Group) ' Purple Emperor' see below. Find specific plants with our Plant Finder & Plant Selector. Rich dark purple-black leaves and stems are topped with dusky pink 5-6" flat flower heads mid to late summer that will add fall and winter interest if left standing. Its stems reach up to 15 inches tall, and are a deep, rich purple color. A striking combination of foliage and bloom - excellent for cut arrangements.
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Sedum “Frosty Morn”: This is another upright grower. Sedum telephium Purple Emperor - Stonecrop, Plant in 9 cm Pot: Amazon.co.uk: Garden & Outdoors
Sedum ‘Purple Emperor’ or Hylotelephium 'Purple Emperor' as it has now been renamed is a compact, upright, clump-forming perennial. SEDUM SEEDS. It has soft green leaves in spring which turn a dramatic, deep bronze-purple topped with red-purple flower-heads later in the season. Sedum 'Purple Emperor' - ex 9cm (P9) Pot. An award-winning Sedum variety. The striking blooms are loved by butterflies and provide a useful source of late season nectar for pollinating insects. Select one of our Sedum Perennial Plants, they'll grow almost anywhere as long as there is good drainage, they're practically maintenance free, great for suppressing weeds and growing between gaps in pavements. It is hardy in zones 3-7. This superb hardy perennial holds an RHS AGM for its garden performance. A most impressive new introduction. Before placing an order, we ... A quite unique, rare and odd little biennial sedum from the Caucasus, the rosettes of which bear a remarkable resemblance to a small sempervivum. The bright pink flowers appear in spring on fleshy rosettes.