It looks great then, but later too. I love sedums. There's a nursery, Filippi, that specializes in dry gardening, that usually has a lot (though mostly out of stock now). I have an old cider press that we've finally set up, I plan to fill the outside trough with "no-water" buddies like sedums, and the inside, which will have a dome of earth, with JMs. I probably have most of the JMs in pots I need, though I haven't really planned it out yet. I'll get the outside plants from Filippi this winter. The main problem right now seems to be finding good quality earth to get delivered, which has to happen before the wet gets very advanced. Here's the cider press project: Here's a nice buddy, does anyone know what it's called?