The character above and his friends and relatives were on the stone wall in front of my home when I took these pictures.
I was out digging up some Sedum to move from my garden to a raised flower bed in front of my daughter's CPA office when I saw those snails and took the pictures.
I got the first Sedum in my garden from my son who brought over several different kinds of plants that he had dug out of a back yard garden he was reworking after moving into a new home more than 10 years ago. The one Sedum he brought to me stayed in the front yard behind the catalpa tree for a few weeks while I tried to figure out what I might do with it. I finally decided to break off pieces and put them on either side of the front walk. That turned out beautifully. I now have 30 to 40 big round plants of pretty leaves with pink flowers in the Fall. That's perfect to top off the other flowers that have faded by then.
I broke off a few pieces of those plants down the front walk and started these young plants a couple of years ago in the area behind a wall in my front garden. Those are the 15 plants pictured in the plastic bin.
My Mom called them Live Forevers and that certainly is what they are. Some people can't seem to get rid of them, but I think they are pretty neat. They just "work" in some spots.
It's fun to propagate and share plants, isn't it!