Sedum ochroleucum


Sedum ochroleucum , the European stonecrop, is a species of Sedum, native to Europe and Turkey. Natural Resources Conservation Service PLANTS Database. This unique sedum is low growing with flattering needle like foliage. A great drought tolerant groundcover.

Semi-evergreen, it turns a brilliant red.

Похож на очиток отогнутый, но соцветие всегда. New England state: Maine. Leaf type: the leaves are simple (i.e., lobed or unlobed but not separated into leaflets).

Leaf arrangement: alternate: there is one leaf per node along the stem. Needle like foliage is burgundy red with green tips. Nice ground cover plant. Occasional yellow blooms.

Heat and drought tolerant.

Likes well drained soil. Crassulaceae), a new Italian endemic. Willdenowia 44: – 33.

Etymology: Sedufrom Latin sedo, to sit, in reference to the manner in which some species attach themselves to stones or walls. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and Missouri Botanical Garden. USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network.

Creative Commons Attribution 2. There are no pictures available for this datasheet. Herbs, perennial, cespitose, glabrous or glandular-hairy. Stems ± procumbent, branched , (glabrous or glandular-hairy), not bearing rosettes. While some prize the odd growths that appear, they usually make my skin crawl. However (being a woman of contradictions) I adore . Sedum praesidis Next: Sedum praesidis Sedum mucizonia Previous: Sedum mucizonia.

Petrosedum anopetalum (DC.) Grulich, Petrosedum rupestre subsp. Velayos, Sedum anopetalum DC. Distribution: It occurs from Spain to Greece and Turkey in the east. In the north to Switzerlan southern .

Mats of soft grey foliage bear large flat heads of yellow flowers held high. A plant that has no special requirements, thriving in really poor soil. Needs sunny well drained spot. This product is currently out of stock and unavailable. Element Code: PDCRA0A0VInformal Taxonomy: Plants, Vascular – Flowering Plants – Stonecrop Family.

Join our friendly community that shares tips and ideas for gardens, along with seeds and plants. Orpin à pétales dressés. Ailleurs en France Cette espèce pousse dans les pelouses sèches, les rocailles et sur les murs dans le sud de la France. La souche sous-ligneuse émet de nombreux rameaux . Ses fleurs sont blanches, verdâtres.

Cet orpin pousse dans les lieux rocheux, sur les murs ou les talus.