Autumn Sedum Joy’s leaf margins are serrated. By the time pollinators bees and butterflies visit the blossoms, the flowers have transformed from a bronze red to a pink red colour.
Sedums flower from late Summer through mid-Autumn, the flower stems die back to the ground by early winter, then form a carpet of tiny rosette shaped leaves before growing again in early Spring.
If the flower heads were the same colour as broccoli you would eat it because you wouldn’t tell the difference.
If you want to encourage some bees to set your last few pumpkin flowers, sedums are just the flower to attract the bees to your garden, to help with that.
The herbaceous perennial division will be dug out of my garden.