While working in the upper level of my garden bed, I noticed something new.
Normally the heads on my Sedum turn from reddish burgundy to brown this time of year. And they did.
But what surprised me was seeing the tiny pink flowers that had emerged where a stem had broken off. I was pleasantly surprised as they do resemble the flowers on other varieties of Sedum.
This stuff is so easy to root. Just cut off a piece and stick the fleshy stem in the ground. Hmmmm...now that I told you that, I think I'll go take a few more cuttings!
Oh, and speaking of surprises.
Our female Holly has a few flowers too!!!