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Sedum "Frosty Morn'"
http://www.rainyside.com/features/plant_gallery/perennials/SedumFrostyMorn.html


I don't recall you saying the name of the Varigated sedum that you sent me ,, I accidently run across it looking for a different sedum ,

The pieces you sent me have really gotten taller and have developed blooms,, which is great being the first season , I've only had them a few months! clap clap I read that I can snap the blooms off and place them in other areas Which I will do! I want it to encircle the Bird bath/planter it sits in front of now! clap Thank you again Lynne kissie I love this sedum!!


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This pic is Autumn joy Sedum ( the blooms are just starting to turn pink )that I brought back some pieces from Glenda's in Kentucky a year ago this month.. I can't believe it got soooo big,, I only had 3or 4 of pieces the size of 1/2 a pencils length..

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clap I have to take a pic of my sedum when I go home. I think thats the same as my variegated one. My Autumn joy buds out in a deeeeeep pink, then lightens a little as it opens up.


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Thanks for the info, Diane!
I'm soooo glad that yours are doing so well - and they really are!!!

My variegated ones are doing "ok", but I have to get a picture of one of my Autumn Joy - it's HUGE!!! Started out as a small perennial pot from Home Depot, but has spread over the 3 or so years I have it - can't wait to move it near the pond - I think I'll divide it next spring before moving it!

ohhhhhhhhh - be very careful around those flowers - mine are LOADED with BEES! shock


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shock nervous nervous nervous bee's?


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Is my variegated the same as yours?
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and heres my Autumn Joy bud, There were a couple light pink buds to but this is more the norm.
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YEp that's it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

VEYYYYYYYY Pretty In pink Autumn Joy!Wrennie!!!!!!!!


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