Sedums at Toronto Botanical Garden

These were delightful mixes of sedums and their friends in carefully planted boxes along the path.

They're largely the sort that need to be brought in over winter;  glorious, never the less!


  1. I love sedums. I have several in the garden, and I've bought them for pots that might need to come indoors. I just wish the local nurseries knew when they were selling outdoor sedums, or tender sedums that needed indoor shelter during our Massachusetts winters.

  2. Yes, only the Sempervivums are winter-hardy here. Oh, and we do have a native Opuntia, but even the one in the rock garden at the TBG was looking decidedly deflated after the Winter of 2014/5. Paul Zammit's displays are amazing, no matter what plant material, though.


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