Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Nearly Wordless Wednesday

Pink 'Matrona' sedum with loose flowers from growing in too much shade. The pollinators don't seem to mind! They continued to buzz around the flowers, even as I moved it to a sunnier spot.

12 comments:

  1. What a wonderful sea of pink! And so fluffy, too!

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  2. I like the looser look. Did the whole plant get too open looking? The flowers seem lovely even though grown in too much shade -- they're frothy!

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  3. As long as the pollinators are happy, right?! You'll be happy to know that there were butterflies in the yard yesterday. I saw two and a skipper! I guess the temperature just needed to fall some. It was 92 yesterday! Yippee.

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  4. My sedums got smoked and peed on.

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  5. That's a nice mute pink. I like sedum a lot here in pots.

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  6. Beautiful! My sedum is the busiest place in the garden right now...bees, flies, butterflies oh my!

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  7. Love the toad lily in the heading. Such dainty complicated flowers, I could look at them all day.

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  8. My sedum is in bloom now also.--Appreciated my me and the pollinators :) (That's a huge lizard on your side-bar!)

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  9. Pretty little flowers. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. I miss my Toad Lilies! They lasted three years and then never came back. Time to try again in a different spot! I agree--your Sedum looks great even though grown in the shade.

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  11. Jennifer@threedogsinagarden
    It is amazing how much bees and butterflies seem to like sedum. I guess when so many other flowers are packing it in, pollinators like the fact that sedum is just coming on strong.

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