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Stonecrop 'Matrona' Overview
This is an upright plant that has attractive foliage and elegant rose-pink flowers. The leaves are a grey-green colour with shiny burgundy stems topped with large clusters of flowers. PReviously well known as Sedum Matrona and sometimes still sold as such. Many Sedum plants were reclassified and are now part of the genus Hylotelephium.
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How to propagate Stonecrop 'Matrona'
You can propagate the perennials, the sub-shrubs and shrubs by softwood cuttings of non-flowering shoots.
Division from spring to mid-summer.
Or you can grow from seed sown in autumn or spring.
Special features of Stonecrop 'Matrona'
Other uses of Stonecrop 'Matrona'
Suitable for rock gardens and borders. Foliage attracts bees and butterflies. Suitable for coastal conditions.