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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Star Flowers or Autumn Joy Sedum

I am not sure what this plant is called but  my sister in law called them "Forever Living" as they just keep coming back in your garden.  I love them because it is low maintenance and it's really pretty when they bloom.

I love how the flowers looks like stars.  I love calling them star flowers.

I planted them in between the mums and they bloom  right about at the same time so when  it's in full bloom, they're beautiful!

If you want some mums and  this kind of succulent plant, I have plenty, come and get some hehehe.
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I went to LOwe's today and  saw that the name of this is Autumn Joy Sedum.

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retriever said...

Wouaf ,wonderfull floers, love the color

Usha Menon said...

Oh wow, these flowers are sooo pretty and colorful.

Marie Forster said...

What a lovely and colorful flowers although I am not a gardener or especially knowledge about flowers those are very nice color

Adin B said...

I forgot the name either and I have tons of them in my garden. I sure miss my garden for sure. Like you said they are low maintenance and easy to plant even without the roots just stick it in the ground and it will grow and comes back the next year. It is a succulent type for sure, but forgot the name.

April M. said...

those are lovely! i wish I have a garden as pretty as your mommy rose.:)

mommy Peachy said...

If my herbs live, I will add some low maintenance plants in my would-be garden..

Tingting R. said...

I like the color combination - white and purple.

nova hedges said...

Interesting, I've seen those flowers in some places and they are indeed pretty, however i don't know what's it called and glad that you brought this up.

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