I grow two types of sedum in front of my house. The one in the above photo is a low lying plant that I bought several years ago. I pulled out some plants growing next to this sedum in the spring, and this summer I was rewarded with these tiny pink flowers.
This larger sedum plant I bought and planted in the early spring. You can see my yellow rudbeckia growing behind it.
Here’s an up close look at the sedum. I suppose they will get more pink and less green as fall approaches.
29 thoughts on “Today’s Flowers: Sedum”
The photos are all lovely, each one evokes a special beauty.
Nice post and beautiful sedums.
Tanks for sharing.
such a gorgeous flowers.
wonderful shot of this fantastic flowers.
an awesome flowers.
love the buds and its colors.
I love sedum too, it’s really beautiful! Nice shots!
Oh, how beautiful flowers!
Beautiful sedum shots.
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How about to use more ISO (150 perhaps)and tripod for more details on your first shot?
Sorry, I like photos and to change ideas!!
Thank you for the suggestion, Luiz.
Your sedum is beautiful. You’re motivating me to go try and deal with an overgrown section of my garden I can’t even walk through. I used to have sedum in part of it and still may but I’ll have to fight my way through the volunteers that are waist high to see if the sedum has survived my neglect.
Yes, I must have planted that first sedum a few years back and rediscovered it while pulling out plants/weeds in the early spring. It does seem to be the short sedums can get easily overrun by other plants.
oh, yes..more pink and here, in my garden..the are a little red…and in some weeks will be simply red…very very beautiful..dont u agree?
congrats for the shot,dear
I envy your knowledge about blooms! Thanks for the input! If only I have a garden…
I knew little (except maybe to identify a tulip) before I planted my own garden. Doing these photography memes, especially this one with its flowers and many knowledgeable plant lovers, has increased my knowledge a lot. Take photos, ask questions!
Hi Leora, your sedum are beautiful. Such lovely photographs. Thank you for sharing them.
Leora: I love Sedum and yours is much further along then mine. They do put on a great show.
not quite familiar to me but i find your shots beautiful! thanks for sharing!
Lovely pictures of your sedum plants.
Many sedums are cultivated as garden plants, due to their interesting and attractive appearance and hardiness. There are about 400 species of leaf succulents available and each is different.
400 species of leaf succulents
Wow, thank you.
Very interesting flowers looking pretty 🙂
Such hardy plants and so pretty as well.
You’ve given the sedum a fresh look to me. I usually take them for granted in other folks’ garden. . .yours are especially nice.
Wonderful flowers and very different!!
Thanks for posting for TODAY’S FLOWERS!
Your shots are lovely, particularly one and three. I had prepared one post for Today’s Flowers but had no Internet access until about 30 minutes ago. At least I have one ready for next week.
Thanks for picking out your favorites; I value your opinion.
Flower photos never fade; we will enjoy them next Sunday!
I quite like the Sedum in green (even though it looks like a mean bully squashing the Rudbeckia!)