Sedum sediforme

Pale stonecrop                                                                                               Πετρόχορτο                                                                                                     

Crassulaceae - stonecrop family                                                                                Dicot.


This succulent plant, pale stonecrop (Sedum sediforme) commonly grows on exposed rocky sites and is often found along the roadside. The pale yellow flowers, arranged in flat topped clusters, appear in early summer held on stems above the rosettes of bright green succulent leaves but under the harsh sun and heat, the leaves and stems turn red. They are attractive little plants and are often planted into pots to cheer up courtyards.

sedum from Latin sedeo - to sit or fix (as the plants appear fixed to rock

sediforme - sedi- as above + forme from latin for form

9-12mm, 5-20cm,
12-30cm                                         JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
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