Sedum cauticola ‘Coca-Cola’


A deciduous perennial succulent with purple-flushed stems bearing rounded to spoon-shaped or ovate, grey-green leaves which can also be purple-flushed…


A trailing, sometimes woody-based deciduous perennial succulent. The purple-flushed stems bear rounded to spoon-shaped or ovate, grey-green leaves which can also be purple-flushed. From mid summer into early autumn it bears terminal clusters of star-shaped, bright pink flowers which not only look great, they are also very attractive to pollinators and late-flying butterflies, making it a good addition to the wildlife garden.

An excellent talking point plant for pots, alpine beds, rockeries, front of borders, etc. Sedum cauticola ‘Coca-Cola’ also makes an excellent specimen plant for the show bench if grown in a terracotta pot topped with contrasting grit. It is, therefore, a must have for all alpine / succulent collections.

Family: Crassulaceae
Syn: Hylotelephium cauticola ‘Coca-Cola’
Common Name: Cliff-dwelling stonecrop, cliff stonecrop
Native: Hokkaido, Japan
Height: 20 cm (8″)
Spread: 40 cm (16″)
Soil Type: Prefers poor soil, moist soil with good drainage
Soil PH: Neutral, Alkaline, Acid
Aspect: Sun, Partial Shade
UK Hardiness: Hardy (Deciduous)
Flowering Time: Late Summer, Early Autumn
Flower Colour: Pink
Foliage Colour: Grey Green


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