When summer slips into fall and temperatures begin to cool down, that’s when Neon Stonecrop heats up. This peppy succulent gives your beds and borders a jolt of intense late-season color with its electric-pink blossoms. At other times of the year, it has more subtle charms to offer. In winter, dark stems persist, along with a platform for receiving freshly fallen snow. In spring, Neon is one of the first perennials out of the gate, with bright mint-green growth to greet the new season. In summer, it develops into a sculptural, broccoli-like plant, covered with buds and ready to burst into glorious hot pink bloom once again!
Growing Instructions: Crown of plant should rest just at or above the surface after watering in.