Try this recipe for success: take three things, two living and one inanimate, use ample quantities of each, and see what happens. This spring, the sedum growing in and above the stone wall near the greenhouses is spectaular! Below, a row of hosta fill the gap between stone wall and the garden path. The fine texture of the sedum contrasts in a lovely way with the coarseness of the stone and the smooth leaf shape of the hosta. What fun to walk around the Winterthur Garden and find simple recipes for success at every turn. With so many varieties of sedum and hosta, plus wonderful colors of stone, I’ll bet you’ll find the perfect combination for your garden!