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Wild Stonecrop
Sedum ternatum
Crassulaceae

White Swish

Sprays of fine half inch white flowers from April through June, thick fleshy leaves (up to 3/4") in whorls of three, food plant for the Variegated Fritillary (Euptoieta claudia) Butterfly caterpillars, an adaptable & interesting evergreen groundcover that I have seen growing on both dry slopes & covering rocks in mid-stream, remarkably tolerant of dry shade.

Dry To Moist
Part Shade To Shade
4-8" tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-8b
Perennial

Other names: Woodland Stonecrop, Shale Barrens Sedum

Native Range: ME to s. MI & IA, south to AR & nw. GA

Wild Stonecrop 3.5 inch pot $9.25
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