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Re: Rain & new babies

I have Dragon's Blood sedum. It lays along the ground for me with upright
flower spikes. Where I planted it has gotten shady as other things grew
taller. It does better the more sun it has.
Judy B
z 6 Idaho

From: <mlrasmus@rockwellcollins.com>

> We had our first rain since July 22nd last night, and I received about an
> inch.  Woo-hoo!!!  Coming home after a VERY hot day - high 90's - and the
> temperature INSIDE the house read 92 degrees!  There are a few days a year
> I wish we had air conditioning.  Melody and Ceres, I hope you got some
> rain, as I know you are just as dry as I am.
> I stopped a Home Depot recently, and they were in the process of unloading
> 1 gallon perennials fresh off the truck.  Plants looked fantastic, and
> priced at $2.99 each!  I couldn't help it - I bought so many I filled my
> trunk!  (Thanks goodness it's a convertible with a small trunk)  I have a
> new border of Sedum Spurium "Dragon's Blood."  The tag says they get 3-4
> inches tall, but the ones I have are 7-10 inches tall now and about to
> bloom.  Anyone have any experience with this plant?  Does it flop or stand
> tall like the "Autumn Joy" cultivar?

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