Garden Tuesday–Sedum

Sedum

Do you need a relentless ground cover?  A ground cover that marches over huge sections of your yard, subduing everything in it’s path.

Sedum

That can work it’s way between rocks and crevices, and even kitty cats if they sit still for too long.  Then go Google sedum.  All of this, the seemingly endless miles of it, came from a small handful I pilfered at an estate sale.  Best pilfering I have ever done.

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Comments

  1. says

    Is this the same as Hens and Chicks? Around these parts we also have a sedum commonly called Autumn Joy that’s very popular. It’s what I think of when I hear “sedum”. It’s tall and flowers in the fall.

  2. says

    In fact, I do need that! I think sedum is good for our climate, too (hot drought). Sorry I haven’t been round in a while. Hope you’re well!

  3. says

    That is really something! Wish I had known about it when I lived in Michigan. Sometimes things like this can be a blessing, other times annoying as it takes over something else.

  4. says

    So, I had to go look up sedum because I wasn’t sure what it was. Well, it may be a pain in the garden, but it looks really good! I read that it has flowers, what color are yours?