Sedum is popular for its succulent leaves and starry flowers in autumn. There are low-growing types, perfect for rock gardens, and taller varieties that will thrive in well-drained perennial borders. The common name is Stonecrop. This variety, 'Voodoo' is an evergreen, mat-forming perennial with fleshy, green leaves heavily-flushed with dark red. It has clusters of dark reddish-pink, star-shaped flowers, produced on short, upright stems in summer. Our plants are supplied as 2cm dia transplants. You can buy three, five or six with better value the more you get. Dig a small hole, put the transplants in the ground with the roots down and press the soil around then water well. Please contact us for any other gardening advice.