Friday, September 18, 2009

Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora'

I've always liked these little jewels. Lynn-Marie's been growing them on for quite a while now and we'll probably list them eventually. But no matter what, I love their colorful, plump little fingers.
The normal form of this plant is sometimes called "Pork & Beans"; no Pork and Beans here! These are called "Jelly Beans" by some, but in my humble opinion, none of the "common" names do them justice.

Again, it's time for the magnifying glass. These aren't expensive rarities, but they can give as much enjoyment as the most expensive and rare plant.

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