I love my sedum. They are a succulent to plant when all else fails (or falls over). They are drought-resistant, can take less than full sun, have sometimes fragrant flowers, if not too inbred, and actually contribute to the garden’s interest with their variegated leaves. They come in all sizes, shapes, and colors!
I started using these as filler, where I had a spot that a sprig of green could go. I also collect #hosta, so I was already accustomed to the idea of succulents as the plant to use in difficult situations.
And difficult it is! But experience makes things easier, as we would hope.
Over the years, I am hoping to add more, researching and exploring options as the garden develops, grows and responds to care and attention.