New introduction from Intrinsic Perennials : "Gray-green foliage erupts on vigorous plants. By Mid-July domed lime green buds resemble Hydrangea buds.
In September the flowerheads swell to 6-8" packed domes of pink and magenta bi-color flowers. The strong stems grow to 15"tall and take on some red-purple coloration."
The new hybrid was raised as a seedling from open pollinated seed, of the female parent, an unnamed Sedum tatarinowii, in Hebron, Ill. in 2017 and is patented under number PP32135. Propagation prohibited.
Deer and rabbit resistant, black walnut tolerant and long-lived plant.
Sun, average garden soil, drier, sandy, rocky or shallow soil. Average moisture, medium-dry soil to dry.
Hardy in zones 4 to 9.
Attracts butterflies, honey bees and some native bees. No serious troubles or pests bother this plant.
Good garden perennial for front or mid of flower beds. Good company will provide majority of perennials on both spectrum of dry to average moist soils. Looks wonderful with grasses too.
Size pot : square 3.5" x 4" deep perennial pot
Picture copyright : Brent Horvath, Intrinsic Perennials