[Ahem, make that two succulents.]
I’d be grateful if anyone could identify these
sedums succulents — both came with the garden.
I’ve had the tall, bluish one in at least two other African gardens.
[It’s a Kalanchoe, possibly a variety of “mother of millions,” K. daigremontiana.]
It’s nice in combination with the pink small and miniature shrub roses; otherwise their effect would be too sweet.
I didn’t realize until I took these pictures that the rosette-type sedum almost exactly matches the two-tone clay pot. They also match the terracotta colors in the landscape beyond the hedge.
[It’s probably a Graptopetalum.]
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