Fresh from my garden - "Autumn Joy" Sedum

Today I am going to share "Autumn Joy" from my garden. These flowers attracts so many bees. I had fun clicking pics with so many bees buzzing and flying around even though it was a rainy day.

Warning: Picture heavy post.

In summer, this is how it looked -like a broccoli head
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and now -light pink color
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I have seen this plant around but in mine flower heads are crazy big
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and its bending down all branches
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As autumn gets its peak - flowers turn in to more darker pink color
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rain drops...
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Bees buzzing....
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Critter enjoying flower...
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for more Pics click on any photo and it will take you to my flickr stream.

I will link this post to
Fabulous Friday , Weekend Flower at Goodies for a pleasant Life ,Today's Flower, Macro flower Saturday , Macro Friday , Sneak peak friday, Camera Critters , Show off your shot , Potpurri Friday

37 comments:

  1. Very neat, how you showed how this blossomed.

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  2. These are so neat! I never knew they changed color before! Love them when they are pink!

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  3. The bees are really buzzing, aren't they! Great images and lovely pink sedum.

    Thanks for linking to Potpourri Friday. Your participation made for a more successful party. I appreciate you!

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  4. Your sedum are gorgeous!...Christine

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  5. So many gorgeous photos. Your sedum, and the critters it attracts, are wonderful.

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  6. wow...so wonderful these pics are... :)

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  7. Beautiful pics .Amazing job. Am aways in awe of people with green thumbs as you .:)

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  8. Lovely images Nayana!! I really like ur "fresh from my garden" series and everytime I wait desperately to see what's new. Look like ur garden is doing gr8.

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  9. What beautiful photos! Our have not bloomed yet... still looking green. It is so neat that you captured so many visitors to the flowers! :)

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  10. Your sedum are beautiful - and so are your photos! So very pretty :)

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  11. wow Nayana you have transformed into a superb photographer.Capturing everything in the right light and moment.Super like :)

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  12. Calling by to visit your blog for the first time as I am also a participant in 2805 Potpourri Friday. I have enjoyed your post today, your sedum is magnificent. Ours will be a poor blooming in comparison.

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  13. beautiful photos... lovely!
    I am participating in studio jru too. come and visit!

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  14. beautiful photos... lovely!
    I am participating in studio jru too. come and visit!

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  15. Beautiful Sedum, what a beautiful color. You took frameable photos. you should print one and frame it....
    Hugs,
    Ellen

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  16. wow they are beautiful! we have those here but its not as big like yours. =)

    my take is up here My Photo Meme Blog

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  17. I really enjoyed looking through these series of beautiful shots - what lovely colours. Particularly loved your 3rd & 5th capture.

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  18. Great shots with so much life on it ;) Thanks for sharing with Weekend Flowers!

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  19. Lovely flowers, those little critters love them too.
    You even managed to capture some beautiful reflections in the water droplets. Nice shots.

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  20. Beautiful flowers. They look a whole lot like sedum. Mine don't go through color changes. Yours are gorgeous.

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  21. Absolutely gorgeous - I am pinning a photo to my Garden Greats board on pinterest...do you think they would do well in Texas?

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  22. Thank you everyone for wonderful comments.

    Cindy - I am sorry, I have no idea on how well they do in Texas, but i can tell you that its perennial. I have never watered it, not once. only whatever comes through rain. If your garden center sell them then I think they will do well.

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  23. Not a fan of the creepy crawlies, but the flowers are very pretty! Thanks for showing off your shot.

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  24. I love flowers of all kinds. You have some beautiful shots.

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  25. I have a lot of these plant and they are blooming so heavily this year.

    Beautiful critters and blooms.

    Pussy Cat, have a blessed Sunday!

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  26. Beautiful! I love Autumn Joy, mine are the lovely pink right now. Your photos are gorgeous.

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  27. Wonderful series and they are beautiful blooms. Lovely photos!I hope you have a great Sunday!

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  28. Beautiful photos.

    Regards and best wishes

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  29. Love how you've taken us through all the stages - beautiful series!
    My granddaughter calls it broccoli too. :)

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  30. Gorgeous pictures ... lovely images ...
    LG: Karin

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