Great sedum, is it Sedum 'Neon'? I have one that has been a great performer. It is a cultivar of Autumn Joy.
Don't you just love that sedum?
Janet: I do know it's Autumn Joy, but not sure about which kind (KMG from the blog world gave it to me!). It definitely seems more vibrant that most of the Autumn Joys I've seen. Susie: I do. This is the first time I've had any sedums and I LOVE them! So effortless!Dave: Thanks! I know you love sedums, too.
Sedums and honeybees, a great fall sight!
Stopping bye to say hello! I will be in town sooon!
What a bunch of flowers. I really love the color, off pink? ~bangchik
I have some Autumn Joy sedums blooming and right now they're a very similar color to yours. More vibrant than I remember from last year. Maybe all the rain and cloud cover allows it to keep it's pinkness longer?? Who knows but it's lovely.
Ginger - I'm in zone 8a so I think we're in the same zone. Yes, it's always great to find a fellow garden blogger close by! You'll have to email me some of your favorite Jackson nurseries in case I get a chance to go there.Jean
WOW! you did a good job keeping the cutting alive. My sedums are all blooming too. it's nice to have them in the garden here in Tn, not much else right now with color.
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