Tuesday is when Cathy at Words and Herbs asks us to choose just one view of the garden to follow each week.
The change in the title is not so much what is happening to the plants but the change in the light. The images were taken at about 2 pm and there isn’t that burnt out, faded look that was still present even in the evening just a couple of weeks ago. Writing the date was actually a shock, the first week of September always speeds by as it is when Viterbo celebrates its saint’s day and there is always lots going on plus we were away for a few days on the Amalfi coast celebrating my birthday; it is therefore a bit of a shock to realise that we are fast approaching mid-month.
I’ve responded to several comments saying how easy they are to propagate. Here’s a link to some useful instructions: Propagating Sedums You can use the stems and in spring also a single leave will yield a new plant but late in the season I think the stem works best – good luck.
Do visit Cathy to see ‘views’ from other gardeners willing to share one view whatever it looks like!