Sometimes called the October Daphne, Hylotelephium sieboldii (syn. Sedum sieboldii) flowers in autumn with showy pink flowers.
Grown for the foliage as well as the flowers this is a trailing succulent plant that is excellent in hanging baskets and also grows well in containers. The foliage is a mid blue green, rounded in shape and appear along the stems.
You will find that in good sun that the leaf margins tend to turn red in summer.
How to Grow and Care for Hylotelephium sieboldii
Being a member of the Crassulacae family, this is a plant that requires a free draining soil and light. It will grow in full sun however is also suited to part shade.
Water only when the soil begins to dry out. Fertilise with a liquid fertiliser every 2 – 3 weeks when in active growth.
After the plant dies back in winter, clean up the old foliage and leave fairly dry during its dormancy.