About 600 species of Sedum
are native to Asia, Europe, and North America.
They are small plants with succulent leaves. This species is native to Asia. It is evergreen with trailing stems. Leaves are
rounded. It is reported to have yellow flowers, but one selection has light
See this plant at the southern end of building 15.
Low growing herbaceous perennial to only a few inches tall.
Light: full sun to part shade
Water: drought tolerant, tolerates irrigation
Soil: adaptable to a wide pH range, well-drained
This plant grows far to the north of Jacksonville. Literature suggests that it is
at its southern limit in Jacksonville.
Our experience is limited but it may be best with some afternoon shade in this
southern end of its range. This plant was donated to UNF by Jacksonville plant collector, Joyce Jarrell.
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