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Woodland Stonecrop

Sedum ternatum


Sedum ternatum is the most widespread native Sedum species in eastern North America, commonly known as woodland stonecrop. It has white flowers, blooming April to May. This shade-tolerant species is often found in the forest understory, although it can also grow in sunnier locations when sufficient moisture is present. Its common name of "stonecrop" evokes its ability to thrive atop boulders, where its succulent leaves help it to retain moisture in shallow soil. It adapts well to garden use.


Growing on the shaded creek bank in my field.

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Ohio, USA

Lat: 38.56, Long: -82.38

Spotted on May 16, 2018
Submitted on May 16, 2018

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