Thursday, March 19, 2020

Plant of the Week: Sedum 'Silver Stone'

How are you all doing? I hope you're adjusting to the new normal that the Coronavirus has imposed upon us. For me it's been okay since I work from home anyway. Thankfully the weather has been really pleasant and while I'm not working I'm getting a lot done in the garden. In fact, here it is only the middle of March and I'm way ahead of schedule on winter clean up and other spring tasks. Happy dance!

This week's plant is Sedum forsterianum 'Silver Stone.'

Like many sedums this one takes on a beautiful winter blush. Isn't it cool how the pink complements the silvery bluish green?

I have two plants, both in containers right now. I kept one container (above) on my patio. The other one (below) has spent the winter out in the garden.

Stay safe and well, my plant peeps! Thank you for visiting.


  1. Things are pretty crazy here, Grace, but the garden provides calm and a sense of normalcy, at least for periods of time. I love Sedums but, while I'd like to think all succulents are happy here, I have to say that Sedums don't hold up as well in my climate as other succulents. Your 'Silver Stone' is very nice but I've never even seen it here.

  2. I wish you health and all your family.

  3. Very pretty!! I love plants that change foliage colors with the weather.


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