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Mediterranean Stonecrop

Sedum sediforme


The stem bases of sedum sediforme are slightly lignified, while the leaves are fleshy and pointed. Flowers are yellow in colour, formed atop of a fertile stem, which bears less foliage than the rest of the plant.


Grows on shallow substrates, often on tile rooftops, dry masonry and rocky crevices.

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Jopy 7 years ago
Mediterranean Stonecrop
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1 Comment

MarikaMartinez 7 years ago

thanks for all the id suggestions Jopy!

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Malta, Malta

Spotted on May 19, 2013
Submitted on Jun 22, 2013

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