Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum)

StonecropThe “woodland,” “wild,” or “mountain” Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum) grows within the eastern portion of the U.S.  Although the plant is small and its flowers are equally small,  Stonecrop catches the eye when it blooms.

StonecropEach cluster of white flowers consists of three branches . . . as seen in this closer image of a Stonecrop cluster of flower buds.


Watch this video to see close-up views of the Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum) flower with its two colors of anthers, to observe how the plant has two different types of leaf shapes and leaf arrangements, and to learn how it looks during winter months.

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