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Sedum ternatum

Woodland Stonecrop

The sweetest native sedum growing east of the Mississippi, Sedum ternatum is the only native Sedum found throughout eastern and part of mid-western North America. Also known as Woodland stonecrop, this native Sedum forms dense evergreen mats of small, blue-green glaucus leaves. In mid-spring, an array of starry, white flowers arch out above and around the leaves. They can be found growing in floodplain woodlands, and perfer full to partial shade, in moist habitats.

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Additional Information
Height 3-6 in
Spread 6-12 in
Hardiness Zone 4-9
Color White
Detailed Description for Sedum

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