Traveling back in Madison, I searched out the hardy succulents of the Midwest. They were few and far between, but I think I tracked down all five succulents in Olbrich Gardens. I’m sure I missed a Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ somewhere, and this Sempervivum looks adorable.
Awesome use of Sedum rupestre “Angelina’ used as “spill” for this container.
Hey, I think this is an Agave weberi. Can anybody confirm?
The last three are guesses, so any help with ID’ing would rock.
Categories: gardening | Tags: Agave weberi, Agave X leopoldii, barrel cactus, cacti, hairy agave, hardy succulents, madison garden, midwest succulents, olbrich gardens, Sedum repestre ‘Angelina’, sempervivum, succulent spill | Permalink