They flower at this time of year and I always think they are a sure sign that Winter is on it's way.
They are members of the Stonecrop plant family and like the Buddleia shrub they attract the butterfly's and other beneficial insects to the garden.
A yellow Sedum that we also propagate from cuttings and division. I also have green and silver stonecrops or Sedums.
They are old perennials garden favourites. I think this kind of garden seems not to be in vogue at the moment. Decking, gravel, concrete and shrubs seem to be more popular these days.
What do you think? Have old fashioned cottage gardens had their day?