‘True Blue’ gentian (Gentiana ‘True Blue’, USDA Hardiness Zones 4-7) and ‘Xenox’ sedum (Sedum ‘Xenox’, Zones 3-9). Photo taken at the New York Botanical Garden in Bronx, New York.
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The first year that I planted the Sedum ("Autumn Joy") ... I was surprised to see bleeding snow!!! It was such a beautiful sight that it is difficult to ever get it out of my mind! Very reliable and sturdy grower. Can require stalking at times, but I am content to just let it fill out to the ground for the effective display it has in winter. Love the Sedums!
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