when I planted one of my sedum palmeri this bit broke off and has rooted in place quite nicely. And it seems to like the heat just fine! I often find myself thinking in terms of winter hardiness and wet, but the other piece to that puzzle is summer warmth and drought.
This little guy has been fighting its way through the heuchera ... another reason to dislike heuchera.
This poor little aloe aristata is under constant squirrel attack. They seem to like digging and pilfering from around it. Thankfully, it doesn't seem to mind too much.
I am soo excited about this stellar echeveria glauca. It's hard to tell but the one rosette is about the size of a dinner plate!
And with the recent heat spell these echeveria have put out even more blooms!
And same with this little aloe...
I can't even tell you the amount of joy this succulent bowl has brought this summer. Each and every morning I find myself admiring its morning glow.
And remember my succulent wreath?! Well it did find it's home hanging in one of the palm trees. The sun actually did some damage to it. Apparently it dries out quicker than I expected in the full sun.
This sedum palmeri is in part sun and doesn't seem to mind. I was worried it might get too leggy looking if you know what I mean. But so far so good.
And here is one in full sun. This one has a slightly lighter green colour and seems to have spread out more rather than fill out like the one in part sun.
I'm just noticing that my Aloha lilly is blooming!!! Brilliant!