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Whorled Stonecrop

Sedum sarmentosum

Notes:

It's in my garden and I don't know if I should pull it. I'm thinking I'll let it stay for now.



1 species ID suggestions

HowardDork
HowardDork 2 years ago
Sedum sarmentosum

5 Comments

@jenl52: a friend of mine touched it, fowers and leafs, got blisters on fingers, and unfortunatly rubbed an eye too. took 3 days thst the swelling went away. may be just an allergic reaktion, but I´d be cautious

jenl52
jenl52 2 years ago

Thanks everyone! @Monkey-mind, why should I use gloves to pull a Sedum? I don't know much about this stuff.

cso1972
cso1972 2 years ago

they have little yellow flowers & are very hardy...

HowardDork
HowardDork 2 years ago

Sedum depending on your zone, it will spread very quickly.

could be a Sedum sexangulare - so if you pull it, please use gloves.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Lat: 43.12, Long: -87.94

Spotted on May 30, 2011
Submitted on May 30, 2011

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