Gardening in Southwest Washington State.
Aiming for good food, sustainability, diversity, ecological balance. Learning from tradition, science, experience, and experimentation. Growing fruits, vegetables, trees, and flowers.
Growing from seeds, cuttings, divisions, and grafting.
Thursday, August 22, 2013
Moving an established Sedum Autumn Joy
Sedum "Autumn Joy"
This is the 2nd Sedum "Autumn Joy" or similar cultivar, that I moved. It must be 10 years old, up to 13. Since I've been concentrating on the Battleground gardening, I have not been watering in Vancouver. It was very dry, feather-light. I wrapped it in a large dog blanket, drove it to Battleground, and planted in front of the house. Soaked a couple of times.
The first sedum's leaves plumped up nicely. I expect the same from this one.
The plant is barely starting to bloom. Even so, honeybees almost immediately found it, and are collecting nectar.