Yes, I thought so too – Nature is anazing!
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There is a lot to unpack and think about in that image, I do love the robust nature of sedums.
Yes, and especially when one begins to discover how many varieties there are, although Autumn Joy is a real stalwart in its own right
Oh, I am impressed. Clever girl.
Well thanks Chloris – I am impressed too but only with how clever sedums are to reproduce this way. I have certainly done nothing clever and am amazed with the results so far. I didn’t know they could be propagated this way until about 3 weeks ago so in such a short space of time and at the end of the season it seems pretty miraculous to me! So far there is a nearly 50% success rate ☺
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