Dry, Moderate. Performs best in full sun or partial shade, in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils.   Carpels divergent in fruit   20 Sedum villosum (in part) 36 (35) 41 Sedum spathulifolium   This colorful series of Sedum comes from the breeding work of Chris Hansen. 5(app. Petals widely spreading from short, erect base; filaments yellow.   Fruits erect or spreading. [2], https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sedum_ternatum&oldid=904437235, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 2 July 2019, at 04:57. Sedum ternatum is the most widespread native Sedum species in eastern North America. Sedum cauticola Praeger 1917 This shade-loving succulent plant has fleshy, rounded blue-green leaves on thin pink stems. (40)     It is naturalized in North America across the northern United States and southern Canada from Quebec to North Carolina in the east and from British Columbia to Oregon in the west. Filaments white; carpels stellately spreading in fruit It has white flowers, blooming April to May.   19 (15) They look great against the clusters of pink flowers that appear in autumn.     46 (42) Leaf blades linear-lanceolate to linear; flowering shoots ascending or pendulous.   20 Sedum villosum (in part)   8 (7)     Some of our southernmost collections, however, are from ± natural forested slopes along rivers typical of its habitat immediately south of us, and might be native, as argued by Farwell (1930).     INDEX TO NEWSLETTERS 1-110(Word Format) 9. This fact has given rise to questions as to the provenance of some yarrow communities in the former.   11 Sedum radiatum (in part) Aster 'Purple Dome' Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster' Sedum is one of the most popular perennials grown in American gardens because it is very easy to grow and hardy in most areas of the country. 4 Sedum pulchellum (in part)     (8) The versatile plants are also in a bit of a tug-of-war surrounding their genus name. (20)   It's a must for late summer color. Flowers pungent, musky scented (unique in the flora area); petals sharply curved outward 2/3 from erect base, distal 1/3 divergent +   Leaf blade margins white; 300-900 m. Bellflower, Peach Leaf / Campanula pericifolia YES Perennial OOO MG Sun June-July bloom Although some Campanulas are native to North America, this plant is native to Stems glandular-hairy (at least distally) or hirtellous   Perfect for rock gardens or as a groundcover. 4 Sedum pulchellum (in part)     20 (19) Annual or biennial herbs     Leaves 3(-4) per whorl, blade narrowly rhombic-elliptic to widely lanceolate or linear-lanceolate to linear; flowering shoots ascending, pendulous, or creeping Stems and leaves hirtellous and glandular-hairy; sepals glandular-hairy; petals pink-red, 3-4.5 mm   Many species are cultivated as plants for the house and garden. CHECK AVAILABILITY.     (35) **NOTE: Any species listed here may perform differently depending on the specific micro- and macro-environmental conditions of the roof. (23) Grows 3-6" high and spreads by creeping stems which root at the nodes. Petals widely spreading from short, erect base; filaments yellow.   + Native plants generally grow well and require little care when grown in proper conditions. Flowering shoots without axillary offsets; leaf blade bases not scarious (48)   39 Sedum moranii (in part) The inflorescence is a panicle of small, bright pink flowers, produced in late Summer. Inflorescences 2-9-flowered cymes or solitary flowers; pedicels absent or to 1 mm, or pedicels 3-8 mm; leaf blades 3-8 mm Plants mat-forming Inflorescences terminal or axillary cymes (sometimes compound, cincinnate, less often simple). FNA Vol. (41) 6 Sedum niveum     Perennial herbs; leaf blades obovate, oblanceolate, oblanceolate-oblong, or spatulate, (4-)12-28(-67) × 4-11(-18) mm; petals erect proximally, spreading or divergent distally, Leaf blades linear or linear-lanceolate to oblong, Leaf blades spatulate, orbiculate to broadly ovate, ovate, obovate, lanceolate, elliptic, elliptic-lanceolate, elliptic-oblong, cuneate, or triangular-ovate, Petals 5-10 mm; leaves on vegetative shoots spirally arranged or alternate, not in rows.   Petals 1.4-5 mm Leaf blade bases short-spurred; petals elliptic-oblong; c United States.   Leaf blades linear-lanceolate; sepals lanceolate, 3-6 mm, densely glandular-pubescent; petals erect or suberect, lanceolate, 8-10 mm.   Description .   Species 420-470 (41 in the flora): North America, Mexico, Central America, Europe, Asia, n, e Africa, Atlantic Islands (Iceland), Indian Ocean Islands (Madagascar). Filaments yellow; carpels divergent in fruit. 1930-1935. (5)     Inflorescences corymbs, corymbiform cymes, or cymes, sometimes subscorpioid         Leaf blades orbiculate to broadly ovate.   12 Sedum stenopetalum (in part) Sedum divergens, commonly called spreading stonecrop, Cascade stonecrop, and Pacific stonecrop, is a low growing flowering plant of the genus Sedum. One odd problem that I have is that something eats the leaves in winter, chewing the tips first.   29 (25)   In early summer, sprays of starry white flowers tower to 6”. (38) (11) Leaf blades of flowering shoots obovate to obovate-spatulate or elliptic, narrowly elliptic, oblong or linear, base short-spurred   Native to North America: No         (39) (4)       22 (21)   Petals white, creamy white, yellowish white, pale yellow, yellowish, white tinged with purple or streaked with pink, pinkish white, greenish white, purple, pink-red, or pink, Petals yellow, yellowish green, golden yellow, pale orange, or pale orange suffused with pink, Flowers mostly 4-merous, sometimes 5-6(-7)-merous.   + Some, like … +   ), 7(app. Inflorescences panicles or paniculate cymes Y: 1=accent plant, 2=suitable for shade, 3=native to U.S., 4=may need irrigation for survival.. X: See references (next page). Native to Japan.   Grows 3-6" high and spreads by creeping stems which root at the nodes.   Flowering shoots forming axillary offsets   13 Sedum leibergii Pedicels present or absent.       31 (30) Stems glabrous   32 Sedum sarmentosum Leaves whorled       Leaves 4(-5) per whorl, blade linear-elliptic or linear-lanceolate; flowering shoots erect. Sedum rhodocarpum or S. edwardsii 8. This colorful series of Sedum comes from the breeding work of Chris Hansen. (47) Leaf blade bases short-spurred; petals elliptic-oblong; c United States. Sedum ternatum.   (26) We promote the cultivation, conservation, and knowledge of rock garden plants, their value, habits and geographical distribution.   12 Sedum stenopetalum (in part)   ING Genus Search, A Checklist for the South China Botanical Garden, Guangzhou, Guangdong Molecular studies by H. ’t Hart (1995), R. C. H. J. van Ham and ’t Hart (1998), ’t Hart et al. Perennial herbs or subshrubs   Leaves are small and blue-green.   Leaf blades spatulate, oblong-spatulate, or cuneate Perennial herbs; leaf blades obovate, oblanceolate, oblanceolate-oblong, or spatulate, (4-)12-28(-67) × 4-11(-18) mm; petals erect proximally, spreading or divergent distally     Stems and leaves hirtellous and glandular-hairy; sepals glandular-hairy; petals pink-red, 3-4.5 mm, Stems glandular-hairy (at least distally) or hirtellous. 17 Sedum nuttallii (15) Petals yellow, yellowish green, golden yellow, pale orange, or pale orange suffused with pink   34 Sedum obtusatum (in part) (21) Petals 4-10 mm; sepals loosely appressed to corolla, 1.8-5.3 mm; flowering shoots 2-10(-12) cm.   12 Sedum stenopetalum (in part) Offsets often produced from axils of leaves and bracts. Petals not carinate, pink, pinkish white, or white to yellowish white; leaf blades 10-50 × 6-33 mm, base not spurred. SedeveriaLetizia 5. ternatum (ter-nay-tum) meaning in clusters of three. Petals canary yellow; sepals slightly connate basally, glabrous. 50 (49)     (9) Petals creamy white, yellowish white, or pale yellow, apices abruptly pointed; sepals 3.2-3.5 mm. Petals basally erect, divergent distally; filaments white, greenish, greenish white, pink, or yellowish   This shade-tolerant species is often found in the forest understory, although it can also grow in sunnier locations when sufficient moisture is present. 45 (44)   Leaf blades linear-lanceolate to linear; flowering shoots ascending or pendulous. Many of them have succulent leaves. The versatile plants are also in a bit of a tug-of-war surrounding their genus name.   2n = 4-ca. It is native to Africa and also naturalized in many regions of North America and Europe. + + 9 Sedum lanceolatum   (10)     Petals carinate, yellow; leaf blades 7-12 × 4.4-9 mm, base short-spurred.   Despite its common name, this treat for late summer and early fall is native to most of North America, not just the New England states. Contact your local Cooperative Extension office for information on plants native to your specific region. (18)   It adapts well to garden use. Tibetan Expedition 6. (36) 2 mm. Advertisement: Hylotelephium cauticola Ohba 1977 Syn. + (28) Leaf blades linear to elliptic-oblong.     IPNI   Potpourri of members' photographs 3. Filaments yellow; carpels divergent in fruit. (53) North American Native Sedum (say-dum) Classical name for several succulent plants from the Latin sedo, to sit, referring to the manner in which it will grow on rocks and walls. 34 (33) This shade-tolerant species is often found in the forest understory, although it can also grow in sunnier locations when sufficient moisture is present. 2 Sedum nevii Carpels erect in fruit Petals white, creamy white, yellowish white, pale yellow, yellowish, white tinged with purple or streaked with pink, pinkish white, greenish white, purple, pink-red, or pink 33 Sedum lineare Native American Hylotelephium in habitat 7. Sedum rosea can be found from the Arctic to Maine, Vermont, New York, and Pennsylvania as well as Roan Mountain in North Carolina. The real Sedum hintonii 2. 49 (46)   16 (15)   21 Sedum hispanicum Sedum spurium, commonly referred to as the Two-row Sedum, Red Carpet, Caucasian Stonecrop, or Dragon’s Blood, is a species of flowering plants in the Crassulaceae family. (6) +   Fall Color: Hardy From Zone: Hardy To Zone: ? (4-)7-11.5 mm; sepals closely appressed to corolla, (2-)2.6-5.1 mm; flowering shoots (6-)10-28(-40) cm, Petals pink, pinkish white, or white, apices obtuse; sepals 2.6-5.1 mm. Will spread by creeping stems which root at the nodes. Stems rootstocks or stout rhizomes, bearing rosettes, glabrous; petals 4-11.5 mm. 1 mm), reticulate or reticulate-papillose. + Many genera of Crassulaceae currently recognized are derived from Sedum, the largest genus in the family. Petals usually distinct, sometimes connate basally; carpels widely spreading in fruit; leaf blades green or reddish green, not glaucous, suborbiculate to spatulate-obovate or oblong. Sedum, also known as stonecrop, is a rock gardener's joy.   640.   In early summer, sprays of starry white flowers tower to 6”. Sedum cepaealives on 4.     Province, P. R. China, Annotated Checklist of the Flowering Plants of Nepal, Ornamental Plants From Russia And Adjacent States Of The Former Soviet Union, South China Botanical Garden Herbarium Type Specimens.   The plant is native in North America from Newfoundland to Mississippi.   7 (2) (50) 12 Sedum stenopetalum (in part) 1 Sedum ternatum This family of flowers is the North's largest.   + 51 (50)     Familiar members of this family include the jade plant (Crassula,) ghost plant (Graptopetalum,) kalanchoe (Kalanchoe) and hen-and-chicks (Sempervivum.) (16) Petals ca. ... Not Native to North America. 8 Sedum wrightii CHECK AVAILABILITY . 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