We love combinations made for vibrant color, even if we must settle occasional plant wars when one of the combo intrudes on the other's territory. This planting of sedum and wooly thyme (Sedum rupestre 'Angelina' and Thymus pseudolanuginosus) looks good all year but especially in the spring. The two are laced together along their edge and generally equal. However, we do keep an eye on them and sometimes intervene when one seems to be muscling too far over the line.

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