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Can anyone tell me what kind of plant this is? We live in the Seattle area and it typically starts flowering in early September after the other big forage sourceshave come and gone (i.e. blackberries). The bees go crazy for it, so I'd like to plant more if it's something that can be purchased.

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jared
 

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It is tall Sedum and provides nectar and pollen. best if planted in beds. For smaller areas there are low growing and trailing sedums. Also known as stoncrop.
 
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