I feel a bit lazy writing about the following plant because it is Ridiculously easy to look after.
I am not joking when I say that the hardest thing you will ever have to do for this plant, is to plant it in the ground! The second bit of work is to chop down the flower stems at the end of winter. The last you may want to do to keep spread under control every couple of years is to divide the plant at the roots.
That’s literally it. Note that I have not mentioned watering (even when you first plant it out unless the weather is super hot) nor have I mentioned feeding! There is no need to watch out for pests either- they truly are ‘hardy perennials’!
Another great feature of Sedums is that the late summer colour extends into autumn bridging the two seasons. The flower heads start off green, turn pink then eventually brown. During winter they form lovely features in the garden.