So for this week, I have to share a plant that is very special to me... sedum palmeri. I purchased this plant two years ago and have been thrilled with its performance in the garden. It reminds me of a thick clump of echeveria. And it is a rock-solid performer here in the PNW.
One of the best features in my opinion is the beautiful blue/green foliage.
In the springtime gorgeous yellow flowers emerge and really add a burst of colour to the garden. I have two big clumps going. One in full-sun and the other part-sun. The part-sun patch has been the most vigorous of the two. I don't know if that is just coincidence or if other people have found the same thing. But that has been my experience so far.
I love the way it looks against other plants like black mondo grass. This patch is slowly creeping towards the mondo grass.