Here’s a great picture of our garden path and rose trellis that we added this year. Those are sedums on the left and agastache on the right. I’ve posted about the sedums before. They start out leafy green in the beginning of spring, slowing turning light green, then white, and then pink, and by early Fall they are this color. They will continue to deepen and eventually brown by the time the frost hits. We have several of these, and even more sedum varieties were added this year which were apparently very tasty to the rabbits. But they don’t like these. Two of these large rosey sedums were also some of the first plants we added to our garden eight years ago when we bought the house.
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