Grandma Sedum

I shared a post about this sedum back in June.

I nicknamed  it “Mama Sedum” because of all the babies on the leaf margins.

A fellow garden blogger, Rusty Duck, kindly supplied its proper name Bryophyllum daigremontianum.

It can also be called Kolancho daigremontianum, Mexican Hat plant or Mother-of-Thousands.

We will be calling it “Grandma Sedum” now because the plantlets have gone and propagated right there on their mama.

This is a first here. The babies have had babies.

Kids are in such a hurry to grow up these days!

At least get off your poor mama before reproducing you little parasites!

Good thing this sedum cannot survive our winters.

It is probably a big pest down in the deep south.

But I love it here in Zone 7.  It can be a great grandma for all I care.

Congratulations Grandma!

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