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I have these in our garden and the bees love them, sometimes 4 or 5 bees on each flower.

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Hi just cut and plonk in the dirt takes roots real easy

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The plant is a Sedum. I have noticed the same over the past week - lots of honey bees and bumble bees. I have already got a few of these plants in my garden, but I am seriously considering growing on a few more next spring for the bees.

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