CAUCASIAN STONECROP

Sedum spurium

Stonecrop Family [Crassulaceae]  

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status
statusZalien
flower
flower8purple
inner
inner8red
morph
morph8actino
petals
petalsZ5
type
typeZclustered
stem
stem8round

27th July 2005, Horton in Ribblesdale, Yorkshire. Photo: © RWD


27th July 2005, Horton in Ribblesdale, Yorkshire. Photo: © RWD


22nd July 2008, Cragg Vale, Yorkshire. Photo: © RWD


27th July 2005, Horton in Ribblesdale, Yorkshire. Photo: © RWD


Caucasian Stonecrop can also be found in the garden, where some people regard it as a weed, since it is apt to spread, albeit quite slowly. It is a very reluctant flowerer perhaps not flowering for several years, but when it does decide to flower, then it can put on a remarkable show of flowers.


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Distribution
family8Stonecrop family8Crassulaceae

 BSBI maps
genus8sedum
Sedum
(Stonecrops)

CAUCASIAN STONECROP

Sedum spurium

Stonecrop Family [Crassulaceae]  

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