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Sedum ternatum - Woodland Stonecrop

Sedum ternatum


Common Name: Wild Stonecrop


Our native Sedum is an easy-care groundcover with appealing leaves and flowers. Leaves in sets of three stay closer to ground level and are at home in sun or part shade. In late spring, clusters of white flowers dotted with purple-black stamens appear above the foliage. Care-free once established.


This plant comes nestled in a 4" square CowPot with a free metal plant ID marker. Learn more about why we think CowPots are so awesome here.


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  • Attracts:     Pollinators, Bees, Butterflies
    Resists:      Deer, Rabbit
    Zone:         4 - 8
    Height:      3" - 6"
    Width:       6" - 9"
    Light:         Part / Full Shade
    Blooms:     Mid-spring to early summer
    Water:       Average needs
    Soil:           Well drained
    Patio:         Can be grown in a container
    Native:      Native species

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