Posted: 05/06/2014 at 18:55
Hiya Steve, it's Market Force. Funnily enough I had email today from them cos I haven't accepted any assignments lately....must reply.
Fairygirl, well the foliage is slightly more glaucous than autumn joy etc. and I suspect it's slightly more compact. I've had a love hate relationship with sedums over the years but now I'm appreciating them a little more. I took a load of cuttings today from it when I pinched Abbeydore back.
Ive got a nice version of sedum purple emperor called Posties Pride. It looks darker and, again, more compact. Ive been considering a sedum border.....a mixture of 3 or 4 varieties together. However, I hate "sameness". Prob look sensational in late Augliest/September though
Again, Punkdoc, I'm similarly placed.....I've compromised occasionally,though by planting the whole pot in the ground. It can be moved without hassle at any time and, if in big pots, will still produce tall impressive plants