When the flowers of the sedum spectabile are opening it is a sign of Autumn comming closer. The days are definitely shorter, the evenings colder but after the crazy hot Summer we had I am welcomming Autumn for once, normally I am not so keen. The garden is a mess with burned plants and leafs but the sedum spectabile is looking good, ofcourse being a succulent it loves warm dry weather. And this plant is a heaven for bees and butterflies.
SEDUM SPECTABILE (also known as butterfly stonecrop or ice plant)
SEDUM SPECTABILE IN FULL BLOOM
Have a great Sunday !
It is that time of the year again, the part I don’t like as now we have to wait for 7 months before Spring arrives ! It is time to spent with my indoorplants and give them a little tlc. Summer was odd to say the least, it started really late and then we had a few weeks of hot weather, but now the Summer has ended and we had the first night frosts. So I have been busy to put the tender plants inside eventhough some are still blooming nicely.
The sedum spectabile is one of the last plants to bloom in my garden and the passionflowers ofcourse.
Here are a few pictures.
SEDUM SPECTABILE IS A REAL ATTRACTION FOR THE BUTTERFLIES
THIS IS THE WHITE VERSION OF THE SEDUM SPECTABILE.
PASSIFLORA CAERULEA IS ONE OF THE STRONGEST PASSIONFLOWERS FOR THE NORTH OF EUROPE AND BLOOMS FOR A VERY VERY LONG TIME.
THE WHITE CONSTANCE ELLIOTT IS LESS HARDY BUT WITH A BIT OF PROTECTION IT WILL OVERCOME A HARD WINTER
Have a nice day all and thanks for visiting.