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This Sedum gives a mass of yellow flowers in late spring and like most sedums it can withstand being dried out. Here I am growing it above the pond along with Oxalis. I think you will agree it is a lovely combination. It is easy to propagate from cuttings and will tolerate a wide range of conditions.Here it is being grown on a north facing wall. The name comes from it being naturalised on the cliffs of St Vincent near Bristol. It is also known as Love Links.

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