I just love the buds on this Sedum Bertram Anderson, think they can look slightly sinister! A great value plant for a dry sunny spot at the front of a border, on a wall, in a rock garden or as here, a trough. The maroon stems and reddish leaves trail ending in a cluster of buds opening to myriad little red, white centred flowers.
A seriously busy day, lots of ticks on the list. Biggest one is to have finished re-potting the main bulb collection. Shopping, laundry, cooking etc ..... and while making pizza for tea I turned the juice from those blackberries into four little jars of bramble jelly. Result :-)