Like most sedums 'Brilliant' is a very valuable late source of nectar for pollinators, particularly butterflies. Dead flowers also provide shelter and habitat in the winter months before they are cut back in Spring.
Bright green succulent foliage with a blue tinge underneath the leaf. Clusters of bright pink flowers are produced in late summer, ideal for the front of any border. Flowers can be retained over the winter and look very attractive in frost. Attractive to bees and butterflies.
Height and spread: 45cm high and 45cm spread
Common name: stonecrop
Position in the garden: full sun
Soil type: any well drained soil
Flowering period: August to November
Hardiness: fully hardy