North of lavender, west end of bed. Photo 26 May 09
Photo 2; East 2 at border between bed and prow
“Sedum ‘Ellacombianum’ is a clean, compact, low-growing, spreading perennial. Features fleshy, succulent-like, triangular, scalloped, vigorous green leaves (to 1.5” long) which form a loose, open mat of foliage about 4" off the ground. Foliage turns varying shades of red in autumn and can be attractive. Clusters of star-shaped lemon-yellow flowers (to 1/2" wide) appear in late spring on arching stems rising above the foliage to 6" tall.. ‘Ellacombianum’ is a tough little plant and it is easy to grow, it loves a hot sunny location."
This planting is in the 6. Boat garden .
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