Beadwork

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I believe this succulent is called Sedum morganianum or Burro’s Tail sedum. I think it looks more like pearls or beads, and love the pale green color against the French blue pot.

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Another perspective. Some of the best photography advice I ever got was to shoot from many different angles. I forget that sometimes.

Hope you all are well. We had a great time on our cruise in the Caribbean, but I’m jet lagging big time. Didn’t realize we’d be in two different time zones while at sea. I also feel like I’m still on the ship. 🙂 Does that happen to anyone else?

See you Friday.

{carole}

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8 Responses to Beadwork

  1. Welcome back! I like the texture of this succulent. It reminds me that I should add a variety of succulents to my containers.

    Can’t wait to see photos from your trip.

  2. Ms. Spock says:

    In the second photograph, it appears (just to the right of the center of the photo) that a couple of those succulent pearls have been plucked away. I wonder what’s in those little guys; anything a critter might eat? Interesting study!

  3. Caroline says:

    Welcome back!
    These photos are so beautiful. I’ll have to think of this color combination, the next time I repot my succulents.

  4. TBM says:

    Love the vivid colors and this plant looks vaguely familiar. Hope your land legs return soon and that happens to me as well.

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