Befitting a drippy rainy day (after so many days of relative dry), I present you with this (slightly blurry; it was raining) lovely sedum which appears to have dripped itself right off the top of this rock wall and into the soil below at the base. I was struck by the idea that this little happening is indeed an experience of movement in the garden, albeit slower movement than, say, a water feature.
Though we gardeners are usually quite aware of them, casual observer or one-time visitor might not notice the seasonal migration of things like self-seeding annuals or creeping perennials. This is certainly an instance of that sort of plant migration, and I love how this scene shows it so clearly.
Also, this is actually in a friend’s garden; my own has similar rocks but no such elevation – yet. I’ll get to it. Maybe…
The Wednesday Vignette concept came from Anna at Flutter & Hum: https://flutterandhum.wordpress.com/
2 comments on “Wednesday Vignette: Dripping”
Is that that lovely, silvery little Cape Blanco sedum? Love its drippy edginess – very cool!
Anna! I thought I’d replied! We didn’t plant it, but I am certain you’re correct. Lots of fun stuff to ID in this garden…