It's been bitter cold today - I replenished my stock of bubble wrap yesterday - so onwards and upwards with cozying up the plants.
As you can see here the Sedums are all tucked up against the front of the house. I'm not sure if they are just too 'open' to the weather here. I'll need to keep my eye on conditions.
A project I have planned for next year, is to have a wide variety of Sedums growing in my front garden - they don't grow well in the back garden (it's a bit too moist). This year, they were all suffering - they were removed from the borders and put into these pots. All of them have shown signs of improvement. Sedums are very easy to cultivate - they root very easy - in the past my method has been to snip off a non flowering stem and pop it into some compost. Sedums are particularly wildlife friendly - loved by bees, butterflies and hoverflies.
Grafted onto a single standard stem - ultimate height after 10 years is 1.5m.