WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN MAY 2019


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I'm not sure on the sedum. The flowers look more individual rather than the large clusters I'm seeing online. It was a carpet like cover. Possibly just a variant?


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This one is English stonecrop. There are lots of different ones, and I daresay you have some there that are quite different to the ones we have here. It's great to see them growing in a wild situation.
If you like the idea of carpeting your garden with them they are ridiculously easy to propagate - you just need to grab a handful and scatter the bits like seed, bash them down a bit and water to get them started ! :happy:
 
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View attachment 54371This one is English stonecrop. There are lots of different ones, and I daresay you have some there that are quite different to the ones we have here. It's great to see them growing in a wild situation.
If you like the idea of carpeting your garden with them they are ridiculously easy to propagate - you just need to grab a handful and scatter the bits like seed, bash them down a bit and water to get them started ! :happy:
These are in Alaska and I didn't really relish the idea of dragging some back in my suitcase! Interesting though.
 
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