Sedums by the Dog-Path Seat

Two varieties of long-stemmed sedums flop over the little stone wall by the dog-path and its seat. One has pink flowers and wine coloured foliage, while the other has subtle variegations of cream and pale green. It has creamy-white flowers.

 I like the red foliaged sedum.
Sedums by the Dog-Path Seat

Naturally the bees buzz around the Dog-Path seat when the sedum flowers are out. Snoozing gardeners who always wear blue gardening shirts beware!

More Succulents

Another tough little group of succulents (possibly sempervivums) grow in the stones just along from the Dog-Path Garden seat. I planted these years and years ago, and they're still there!

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Stones and Sedums