I didn’t have any idea what the flower of this succulent would look like.
To be honest, I didn’t give it ‘flowering’ much thought at all, but I’m delighted to have this blooming in my garden.
Also known by its other common names – Nussbaumer’s Sedum, and Golden Sedum – it produces round clusters of white flowers that are lightly fragrant.
This cluster is about the size of a softball and considerably larger than any other photos I found.
I think it likes where I’ve planted it.
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This is my entry for Flower of the Day photo challenge hosted by Cee’s Photography.
And even though it is not Sunday, this is also my entry in John’s Cellpic Sunday.
John says he never has a specific topic for his challenge and that the primary rule is the photo must be captured with a cell phone, iPad, or another mobile device.
There’s no issue here, I’ve always got my iPhone with me 😊