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Summer Sedum

  |   By Amber Richman

Sedum is an amazing flower that changes colour as the season progresses. It starts to become available in early August in a fresh green colour.  As the season progress it changes to a soft pink, then a rosy pink, and then rapidly darkens to a burgundy. The season typically finishes right after Thanksgiving.

If you are getting married in August or September, I urge you to try and take advantage of the uniqueness and simplicity of sedum. I was so proud of how well it blended with the white wax flower, dahlias and hydrangea in this gorgeous August wedding. The arrangements are irresistibly modern and garden-y!  I really do love my job. :)

This article was originally published on Sep 29, 2010
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