Sedum Ground Mat Kit

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Imagine a low growing carpet of plants that will flower all summer long and needs virtually no maintenance. That’s what you can achieve in next to no time with Sedum Ground Mats.


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Sedum Ground Mat Kit


Our Sedum Ground Mat Kits contain everything you need to create a beautiful and delightful ornamental ground cover which flowers from April to the end of October. It’s a truly stunning and very low maintenance alternative to a grass lawn. The foliage of our sedum ground mat kit is evergreen, beautifully textured and full of interest all year round.


Our sedum ground mat kits are great for a sunny spot and are especially useful where the soil is very dry – or even non-existent. This means that you can create a luscious and beautiful area of foilage almost anywhere, bringing that space to life. As the mats are delivered with at least 90% plant coverage, you can rest assured that the finished project will look outstanding. All you need to do is unroll them onto a prepared surface and give them a good watering.


We seed our sedum ground mats with 7 different types of sedum, meaning that you get a wonderful mix of foliage to enjoy. The mats are then nurtured outdoors in our UK nursery for 9-12 months or until they are big and strong enough for despatch. Plant species are chosen for their disease resistance, drought tolerance, long flowering period and undeniable good looks, meaning that you will always get the best possible results.


The matting itself is specially made using recycled products, so you can also feel proud that you are helping to keep the environment healthier. It’s strong, easy to handle and designed to keep the growing medium (substrate) within the mat. So that means our sedum ground mats feature no loss of substrate due to handling, transportation or even heavy rain after installation. For that reason, Sedum is great for sloping banks or for disguising manhole covers (the mat can be moved to allow access).



Sedums are drought tolerant and will only need an occasional watering during long spells of dry weather. Other than that, the only maintenance needed is an application of a specialist sedum feed every spring.


Description Sedum Fertiliser


Key Points



  • Flowering Time: April - October (depending on local weather conditions)

  • Height when fully grown is generally around 15cm but can vary

  • Plants are perennial and frost hardy down to around -20 degrees celcius

  • Sedum Ground Mats are mown before despatch to minimise damage to plants. It is likely they will not be in flower when it is delivered

  • Can be installed at any time of year.

  • Please do not install directly onto soil. Our installation guidelines are designed to restrict weed growth. You can download our installation instructions here.

  • A standard roll of Sedum Ground Cover matting covers 1 square metre of prepared soil and weights up to 30Kg. – we recommend having two people to install it.

  • The balance of plant species is affected by soil type, management, pollinator populations and local climatic conditions. Expect your Sedum Ground Mats will change appearance from year to year


What’s In Sedum Ground Mat Kit?



  • Sedum Ground Mat: Mats are self-contained and consist of a coir carrier backing, growing medium and mature plants.

  • Plantex Weed Control Fabric: Included in our kits is enough Plantex Weed Control Fabric to cover the area.


Plant species in Sedum Ground Mats


Please note: Species and proportions may vary depending on availability of seed through the seasons. Not all species listed will appear in every piece of Sedum Ground Matting



  • White Stonecrop (S.album)

  • Gold Sedum (S.kamtschaticum)

  • Widow's Cross (S.pulchellum)

  • Crooked Yellow Stonecrop (S.reflexum)

  • Two-row stonecrop (S.spurium)

  • Tasteless stonecrop (S.sexangulare)

  • Biting stonecrop (S.acre)

  • Meadow Saxifrage (Saxifragia granulata)


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