‘Autumn Joy’ Sedum produces delicate bright-pink flowers on large heads that age into a beautiful copper color as fall approaches. ‘Autumn Joy’ is a stout, spreading plant with succulent foliage that pairs well with ornamental grasses and against the deep-green leaves of summer perennials.
Easy to care for, very adaptable, and a popular stand-in for shrubs, this sedum lasts and lasts when other plants begin to wane.
Sedums, like Hostas and have become staples in American perennial gardens in recent years.
And this one, Autumn Joy, is the one responsible. This incredible plant is now at or near the top of everyone’s list of the best perennial flowers of them all. Nothing beats it for late color in the border.
Persian Lime trees are best known for their dense, glossy evergreen foliage, and small buds that produce pure white, fragrant blossoms. Persian limes are those most often found in grocery stores. Abundant, large limes grow at the ends of the branches of the trees and need little heat to ripen. The thin, smooth green rind and seedless, juicy flesh make it ideal for cooking, zesting, and garnishing. It produces abundant fruit when grown both indoors and outdoors.
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Easy to grow
Ideal for growing indoors in containers
Freshly picked limes are far more flavorful and juicy than store-bought because the thin rind does not protect the fruit from dehydrating
Fruit drops from the tree when fully mature
Self-pollinating, so only one tree is needed to produce fruit
Trees should be kept out of direct sunlight until planted
Full planting and care instructions are included with each tree
Prefer sunny location
Grows 8-9′ tall
Growing Instructions: Persian Lime trees are great indoor and outdoor patio plants. For best results, within 4-6 weeks of receiving your tree, transplant it into a larger pot that drains well and is approximately 8-12″ in diameter to give the roots room to grow. In the spring move your potted tree outdoors into full sun when the threat of frost is past. Bring it back indoors in the fall before the frost season begins. Fertilize regularly with high nitrogen formula, 5-3-3 ratio. Water thoroughly while letting the surface soil dry between watering. Do not overwater. Prune by pinching back the tips of new growth toward the interior branches. Remove any new growth or stems near the soil.
A vigorous and virus-free dwarf canna that’ll add a pop of deep red to your landscape. It’s a fast-growing variety you’ll love at the front of a border, or even in a water garden. Especially low maintenance, too and its self-cleaning blooms will give you a summer-long display you won’t have to fuss over. Height 20″