Sedum Autumn Joy


Sedum Autumn Joy is an interesting plant. While sedum as a general category of plant IS found natively in the US, apparently Sedum Autumn Joy is NOT based on one of those native plants. Therefore, technically, this is a non-native species. The University of Floria reports that it is a cross between telephium and spectabilis. Hylotelephium telephium is a European variety. In any case, many gardeners plant Sedum Autumn Joy in Massachusetts becauuse it's hardy and merrily re-grows year after year without any help at all. It blooms in the fall with showy, purple-red flowers. So it's quite natural that it escape and enjoy the world it has.

These photos are from October.

Sedum Autumn Joy

Sedum Autumn Joy

Sedum Autumn Joy

Sedum Autumn Joy

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Plant Photos from Sutton Massachusetts

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