Thursday, February 24, 2011

Random plant event: Sedum morganianum leaves sprouting

This has happened for me a number of times already -- it's totally expected, and barely counts as news. But:

1) Away from home for a lot of the day yesterday, so I didn't have much time to write a post.
2) This is my second-favorite thing about Sedum morganianum (the first being that it doesn't seem to be completely ridiculous about requiring super-intense light like Sedum rubrotinctum does).
3) It's sorta cute, if you're the sort of person who can find baby Sedums cute.
4) Which I am. One of those people.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

They ARE cute, like a bunch of beans thrown into the dirt! LOL!

stephanie said...

Oh I agree! Oddly, I'm one to find baby plants cute and this one doesn't escape me :)

Elke said...

They are absolutely cute indeed!
The best thing is, I have one of those babies at home recently.
I can't wait to see what it looks like when it's grown up.