I've been a bit absent from blogging as I took a trip to FL last weekend to spend some time celebrating the upcoming arrival of a new 'great' niece. There was lots of food, fun and fellowship accompanied by much laughter, and a wee bit of stepping in the big Atlantic Ocean at sunset.
When I came home, my husband and son had put this beautiful fountain in the front yard.
One of the plants I will be transplanting into the garden area around the fountain is Sedum, so I thought I would share a picture of some I took a photo of last year.
Part Sun, Sun
Under 6 inches to 3 feet
6 inches or several feet wide, depending on variety
Orange, Pink, Red, White
Blue/Green, Chartreuse/Gold, Gray/Silver, Purple/Burgundy
Colorful Fall Foliage, Fall Bloom, Summer Bloom, Winter Interest
Drought Tolerant, Ground cover, Slope/Erosion Control
Attracts Birds, Cut Flowers, Good for Containers, Low Maintenance
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My Sedums are numerous and grow both in direct sun and partial sun. They reach at least 2' tall or higher and have white flowers when they bloom.
Sedum are truly one of the easiest and most prolific perennials in my yard.
This type of plant makes me happy. :)
What type of plant in your yard is one of your favorites?
Happy Gardening, Y'all!