Thursday, March 26, 2009

Sedum's

There are so many and colors to chose from and they are low maintenance.
Sedum is becoming a favorite plant to me.

I see the wonderful color Green.


9 comments:

Shellmo said...

These are beautiful! And now I think I've misidenitified a flower that I posted a photo of in my nature store - I thought it was sedum but after seeing your photos I'm not too sure!

Darla said...

Oh my goodness! Is that your container? I want to copy it okay? So pretty.

bennie and patsy said...

Shellmo there are many different sedum. This is just two.

Darla this is my container and sure you can copy it.

Charlene said...

So pretty.....I know you are going to have your yard so pretty. Do you still have the fairy door or did the fairies not find their way to your new home.

Happy Planting....

bennie and patsy said...

Charlene, there was a home invader that ate the flowers stole the door knocker and made a mess of it. The faires left( in other words I have not fixed it but I do have it).LOL

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Hi Patsy,
I have never tried sedum, but have always admired them, after seeing yours I am going to try them, I like low maintenance. LOL
We are beginning to see green too. Yea!!!
Blessings,
Sue

Frank Baker said...

I have The Benny's tool from his Village garden and I will be bringing them over as soon as I get a chance, Then I can see all the planting you have been doing. Everyone seemed to know about the Senior Center's relocation. I understand they have a special government grant to make the move, because they have out grown the present space.

W. Latane Barton said...

I'm beginning to appreciate the beauty of sedum also. They are so easy to care for. Maybe that's my fascination. ha.

Maggie Ann said...

I like low maintenance too. And they are lovely. We planted mini-shrubs in our big planters 2 summers ago and they are lovely..just the green rising up to points. I like them more than flowers in those planters. Restful. Your pictures are so beautiful. I always enjoy seeing them. Hey, no garden...no work. I like that too.