So excited to see my sedum starting to change colors. I always had it on my deck until last season. It started outgrowing the pot. So I took a chance and transplanted it to Dustin’s garden. I am always hesitant as you never know if they will survive.
Sharing this photo with Kim’s Color Crazy challenge. You can see the green is starting to change to a pink color. In a few weeks, it will be burgundy. I love this plant. It is so cool to watch the many phases it goes through.
My Autumn Joy sedum is bringing me joy once again.
Have you seen the Autumn Joy Sedum?
This is cute, we don’t have it here…
You have the special care touch,
All your flowers are surrounded by a lot of care and love, so they are beautiful.
Thank you for saying that. I do spend a lot of time around them.
i suspect I have seen this flower before, but I cannot remember seeing it
They have many passes Doc, I have talked about them all on here. Green, pink and then burgundy.
i remember seeing them in your posts, I am pretty sure I’ve seen them here in Maryland but for life of me I can’t tell you where.
You will figure it out.
So it worked, and looks very happy with its location. I really like these plants.
Yes it did Kim. It is beautiful! I am not thinking of more. We always want more, right. 🙂
I just made one area into a succulent patch, I think I am going to get one. A tiny chick. I could keep it trimmed back to fit… I think…
I am so excited as it has turned all pink and the burgundy will come soon.
I don’t know about Autumn Joy Sedum, I am not sure if we can grow them in my country, a tropical country. I will check out the link you shared. 🙂
Not sure either, these are often grown in dry climates, like in the desert as they are low maintenance, sort of like a cactus.
I cannot help but see the resemblance of this picture to undersea plants.
Oh, like a coral plant! You are right, it does.
gimmie an EFF! gimmie an AYY!!! gimmie an ELL! gimmie another ELL!!!
I am so ready, bring it on!
Go Fall, go! (now I have to render a cheerleader)
Cheerleaders make cool pieces.
Cheerleaders vs old ones is the house specialty
It looks lovely and about time I showed you evidence of a New Zealand Spring..
Thanks Pam, would love to see your spring.
We do not have this plant. Must be interesting to watch the changing of colour. I only know of Hydrangea.
Hydrangea is in my garden too but this is completely different. More like a cactus with little maintenance. A cool plant.
that is an interesting plant and I can imagine how wonderful it is to watch it go through all the changes. It reminds me of the deciduous pine we had by the front gate in Latvia., In the autumn it turned a lovely golden yellow and all the pine needles came off and then in the spring it got a new coat of green.
Thanks, it is one of the most amazing plants I have ever had.
A beautiful and very interesting flower. I don’t remember seeing this plant before.
Thanks, Did you see one of my many links where I have posted before?
They start green, then pink, then burgundy. Here is the burgundy.
Yes, I remember this post. I do not know if this plant grows in our land.
Beautiful flowers, enjoy autumn joy dear Carol .
Thank you, I em enjoying these very much.
This is how it looked in burgundy two years ago…
The wrong link posted, check this color out:
Wow! That is beautiful! I have it in a pot but this year it has not bloomed yet!
The same Autumn Joy? How wonderful. I cannot wait for the burgundy phase.
This is my favorite stage here:
Sorry the wrong link posted: https://virily.com/science-nature/autumn-joy-in-carols-garden/
I don’t know this flower, dear Carol … but it’s very beautiful
Thank you, I have talked about it many times int he past. It is a favorite.
Here is a link from days gone by…
Sorry Lado but the wrong link posted. This is the one I wanted to share with you to see if you can remember: