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Sedum ~ Critter Saturday

Sedum in my garden has not bloomed or changed colors yet this year. This photo was from last year on my deck. Sharing with Critter Saturday Challenge. If you look closely you can see at least five bugs/critters visiting the sedum.

Another amazing fact to share about nature. Most pests won’t bother your succulent plants. They can’t get through the tough skin and waxy coating on some species, and other types just don’t taste right. Succulent plants don’t seem susceptible to many bugs or diseases. 

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  1. Lily beetle on my lilies is a real problem. Those bugs are not native here so I have no mercy on them! I agree about succulents. They’re also a lot better at taking care of themselves in terms of watering ๐Ÿ™‚
    This is a great photo, Carol. I often mix some sedum leaves into my salad. They add a nice astringency, and have a great texture ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. This year, I have a lot of problems with various insects and pests in the garden … in ants, in the ears, in the Colorado bug … that we do not talk about snails … it’s a lot of moisture and it’s obviously insect insect

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