Bowing Down to the Rain God

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18 Responses to Bowing Down to the Rain God

  1. Christina says:

    That’s a very nice variety of Sedum Cathy.

  2. Heyjude says:

    I fear there may be damage in my garden due mostly to the wind. The rain itself has been very soft.

  3. Chloris says:

    Lovely, one of my favourite sedums.

  4. Oh what a beauty Cathy. Hopefully it will perk up in due course. It poured down here for a good part of the day and was decidedly chilly too. Wearing a fleece tonight but hoping for better things tomorrow 🙂

    • Cathy says:

      It should have had some support earlier, Anna, and this has been rectified today. And for an hour or so yesterday I had a jumper AND the heating on – but then I was baking and had to remove the effect of both!

  5. bcparkison says:

    we could use some more rain her but I love sedums and don;t have any in this pitiful garden I’m working on.Might have to change that.

    • Cathy says:

      It was rainy and relatively chilly too but I certainly wasn’t complaining after such a dry and hot summer. Here sedums are such easy plants to grow (and they are happy with little in the way of water too)

  6. Kris P says:

    There’s a rain god? I wonder what sacrifices he’d require to pay us a visit in SoCal? I’m glad you’re enjoying some rain after what sounds as if it was an unusually dry summer for you. The Sedum is lovely.

  7. Lovely photos. I’m sure your plants are most happy for a full day of rain. We’ve had quite a bit of rain here this summer, which is unusual and I know how precious it can be to a gardener and their plants.

  8. Cathy the photos are magnificent. The sédum is divine, wonderful and very beautiful. Greetings from Margarita.

  9. Sally says:

    Giving it the ‘Chelsea chop’ in mid May might help to remedy the flopping!!

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