Our Sedum plants have been flowering for about a month now. I took this photo shortly after they’d started blooming. Aren’t their tiny delicate little flowers pretty?
I even enjoy this plant when the flowers begin to die and dry up. The flowers and their stalks dry and turn a brownish color. You’d think that would be ugly, but it’s quite ornamental. I wouldn’t be surprised to hear that some people cut these dried flowers and stalks and put them in Winter dried flower displays in their home. That’s how nice they look even when they are dead.
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