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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Sedum Blooming. My Picture of the Day

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  1. Great pictures - always liked Sedums - though no clue what species is which.

  2. AnonymousJune 05, 2011

    I love sedums and your photos are wonderful. I especially like the composition of the third picture.

  3. Hermes, Patricia, thank you!
    Hermes, I think it is Sedum palmeri.

  4. Yes, great photos - you've really 'captured' them!

  5. Lovely photos, picture of the day is just perfect for Sundays :)

  6. Sedum is really lovely plant.
    Absolutely gorgeous images.

  7. AnonymousJune 05, 2011

    Hello! I just discovered your blog through Blotanical! Amazing photos of the sedum and I too love picture of the day for Sunday! Wishing you a happy day...

  8. love the way you captured its beauty

  9. AnonymousJune 06, 2011

    Beautiful photography, Tatyana. Always a feast for the eyes.

  10. Yep. Mine is starting to bloom too. I love it. Great photos!

  11. Hi Tatyana, excellent photos as always. If only those sedum are not spreading so much here in the tropics, i would be planting them too. But they grow anywhere so i just look at them but not plant in my garden.

  12. Hi Tatyana, I love Sedums and so does the butterflies and bees in our garden. Great pics.

  13. Sedum blooming already! I love your last photo.

  14. love the way the blurry bits emphasize the clear bits of the photo. And yes, sedums are great plants, tough as well as beautiful.

  15. Tatyana, Yesterday and today have been unbelievably hot and humid. Most unusual for the shore of Lake Michigan. Since it is way to hot to work in the Gardens at Waters East, it is a good time to catch up on your Blog and other Blogs I am following. Glad I stopped by today to see your sedum. On my profile I listed that sedum are one of my favorite plants. Interesting structures and little care! I am going to be doing a posting on some of the many sedum in the Gardens at Waters East later this summer. You might enjoy. Jack


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