Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Beautiful Sedum Hues On Outdoor Wednesday

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Welcome to Outdoor Wednesday, hosted by Susan ; A Southern Day Dreamer. Be sure to click here for a full list of those participating. Be prepared for views of beautiful outdoor spaces. Remember a few weeks ago when I showed you the Autumn Sedum in the backyard? The most luscious shade of pink was evident. Along with a few surprises. (excuse my shadow).
Yes, a few bees were busy gathering pollen.
Okay, "a lot" of bees. :-)
I remember hurrying to take this shot, unaware that the blooms were so full of bees. lol



The blooms are so delicate looking. Not quite so delicate that had this bee having any problems hanging on. lol

We go from this lighter shade of pink a couple of weeks ago........


To this rich lush deep color of pink today. Minus the bees. :-))



From this a couple of weeks ago..

To this today. Isn't it wonderful the changes Mother Nature makes?
Thanks for stopping by today. Be sure to treat yourself by swinging over by Susan's A Southern Day Dreamer for a full list of participants. I'll see you there.
hugs ~lynne~








30 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

Your sedum is beautiful. I had a bit too, but my garden people trimmed it away...no use talking to them, the yonly know Spanish! lol!!

Your blog has a new look and I love it, Lynne. Everything looks so warm and pretty next to the background. You have lost your followers list and so have I. I went to blogger and so have many more. Hopefully they will have it fixed soon.

xoxo
Jane

Dolores said...

Beautiful.... and ... yes, God is Good!! Oh, how I love nature, and looking at your beautiful flowers!!

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Oh girl now you know I would love these PINK beauties...I never knew what they were called...I have one in the front yard and its the one thing the deer won't eat...Now your gooodies basket is growing and that looks like a plate to me...You are just to sneaky for me girl...you shold email and tell me what there are you know you love me more than your luggage and also I'm nosey ha ha!! not much longer until the BIG day girl...where have the time gone this past year..I'm also working on my 1 year maybe I should tease everyone like you do ha ha!! go enjoy your pop corn my friend...Give my very best to sweet Bill girl...Love ya sis...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria...ps I love your music does not Josh have that sexy voice...sighs

bennie and patsy said...

I like sedum there are so many.I got my fall wreath and a Christmas one to day. They had them 50% off at Hobby Lobby.
Patsy

Stay@homemommy said...

Beautiful flowers! That one picture was full of bees, goodness. I love how they turned to a darker pink. Happy Outdoor Wednesday!
~Karrie

Kathy said...

I love sedum!!!! Have an abundance of it in my yard too... It is such a nice surprise after everything else seems to be winding down, Have a great rest of the week, xoxo~Kathy @ Sweet Up-North Mornings...

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Lynne, the Sedum is just gorgeous. I so remember ordering over 400 of these little mini plants and them arriving the day before we were to leave for a few days vacation and trying to get them all planted from 5 pm to midnight. They really looked gorgeous. I was so glad I did get them planted, but at the time I could have said a few bad words. Your s are just so pretty. I think this tease is a pretty leaf dish or bowl. Hugs, Marty

rosecottagegardensandfarm said...

Lynne,

The pink sedum is just beautiful! Your photos are amazing with all the bees!

Your post really brightened my day. Thanks so much for sharing this fall loveliness!

Thinking of you~
Debbykay @ Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm

claudie said...

I must go out and check mine... I can't even imagine trying to take a pic with all that buzzing going on.
Cool though.
Happy OW
Love Claudie
xo

xinex said...

Your flowers are very pretty, Lynne but wow! That's a lot of bees. I am glad they did not go after you....Christine

Elisabeth said...

Lovely photographs...love the pink...it is so cheery. Thanks for sharing.

Barb said...

Wonderful pictures Lynne.
I have that first sedum you were showing.

I think the mystery pictures are chocolate covered leaves!!
=0))

blessings
barbara jean

Diane @ Four Paws and Co said...

You photos are beautiful Lynne! I'm impressed - you braved the bee's for the sake of the blog... ☺

The basket is looking very interesting! Might that be a leaf plate??? ♥ Diane

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Oh how gorgeous they are Lynne!
Your pics are awesome~ I think there are little ceramic leaves being added! How cute! Hugs, Cindy

Regina, Philippines said...

Hi Lyn. Wow these are amazing!

mbkatc230 said...

The sedum really is lovely. Some of us were talking the other day about how few bees we've seen this year (the drought?) Now I know where they all went lol. And I think your teaser shot is a bowl? Hope you are having a wonderful week. Kathy

SmilingSally said...

Just beautiful! Somewhere close by there must be some honey.

Maggie B said...

Pretty pix of gorgeous flowers,thanks for sharing.
a bientot
Maggie @ Normandy Life

Riet said...

Beautiful pink Sedum and lovely pictures. Have a nice day

Becky K. said...

We wait all summer for this plant to shine...and then IT DOES...yours are lovely!

Becky K.
Hospitality Lane

onlymehere said...

Love the colors. To me it looks like a ceramic leaf, maybe part of a small bowl?

Mary said...

Your photos are very lovely. The pink of the sedum is exquisite. I hope you are having a wonderful day.

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

The sedum is stunning close up.

I can almost hear the bees.

If you get a chance please stop by and say hi!

TTFN~~Claudia ♥ ♥

Ms. Bake-it said...

Hello Lynne,

The pink sedum is beautiful! Great shots of the bees. When I went to the park the other morning, I was trying to get shots of the bees on the flowers, but they kept landing on flowers that bobbed from their weight so all the shots came out blurry…

Thank you for sharing!

~ Tracy

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

This is beautiful, Lynne! We don't have sedum. Wish we did.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Great close ups! I love the sedum's lovely shades of pink! Glad you did not get stung...lol Thopse bees were busy!

KMfamily ;-) said...

wow! that sedum is in full bloom & it looks great.
not to many flowers left here in the Philly area. Infact the leaves have started to fall.
Cant wait for sweaters & hot tea.

Thanks for the pics! Its nice to see the last bits of color from the season.
Always a Treat!!

9405018--Pat said...

Hi Lynne, your sedum is beautiful....and your pics are amazing...thanks for sharing...Pat

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Lynne, I'm glad the bees went away, and I'm glad you didn't get stung trying to take photos. The sedum is so pretty in its summer colors and in its fall colors. Amazing how much of a diffference a few weeks make. laurie

Michael Lee West said...

I am putting sedum on my list for next fall. Such pretty flowers.