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Giving the 'Chelsea chop' to a sedum in spring using shears. Reducing top growth by a third to ensure it remains compact and doesn't flop over later in the season. Hylotelephium Herbstfreude Group 'Herbstfreude' syn. 'Autumn Joy'
 

Giving the 'Chelsea chop' to a sedum in spring using shears. Reducing top growth by a third to ensure it remains compact and doesn't flop over later in the season. Hylotelephium Herbstfreude Group 'Herbstfreude' syn. 'Autumn Joy'


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Photographer: Jonathan Buckley - See more from this photographer
 
Image Number:   1447095
 
Image Size:   4480 x 6720 px
37.93 x 56.9 cm | 15 x 22.4 Inches | @300dpi

 
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Giving the 'Chelsea chop' to a sedum in spring using shears. Reducing top growth by a third to ensure it remains compact and doesn't flop over later in the season. Hylotelephium Herbstfreude Group 'Herbstfreude' syn. 'Autumn Joy'

Giving the 'Chelsea chop' to a sedum in spring using shears. Reducing top growth by a third to ensure it remains compact and doesn't flop over later i...


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