sedum native to north america

12 Sedum stenopetalum (in part)   Leaves usually opposite and decussate (rarely alternate) Tibetan Expedition 6. Zones: 6-9. tall (7-15 cm) and 6-9 in. Sedum ternatum is the most widespread native Sedum species in eastern North America. It is naturalized in North America across the northern United States and southern Canada from Quebec to North Carolina in the east and from British Columbia to Oregon in the west. + 8 (7) Stems glabrous   24 Sedum ochroleucum (in part) 3 Sedum glaucophyllum Petals connate basally; carpels erect or ascending in fruit; leaf blades pale green speckled with pink, sometimes pink or red, glaucous, elliptic, ovate-elliptic, oblanceolate, or obovate. This fact has given rise to questions as to the provenance of some yarrow communities in the former.   26 (25) 9 (7) (41)   8 Sedum wrightii   IPNI One odd problem that I have is that something eats the leaves in winter, chewing the tips first. wide (15-22 cm).     34 Sedum obtusatum (in part) Flowers pungent, musky scented (unique in the flora area); petals sharply curved outward 2/3 from erect base, distal 1/3 divergent Petals 4-11 mm   39 Sedum moranii (in part) SELECTED REFERENCES Calie, P. J. Leaves not easily detached; petals canary yellow to golden yellow. It is native to Africa and also naturalized in many regions of North America and Europe. The Sedum genus name comes from the Latin ‘sedo,’ meaning “to sit.” They are found in Europe, Asia, North Africa, Mexico and a few are even native to North America.     12 Sedum stenopetalum (in part) 6 (5) Leaf blades of flowering shoots linear or linear-lanceolate to linear-oblanceolate, Leaf blades of flowering shoots lanceolate, obovate to oblanceolate, oblanceolate-elliptic, elliptic-ovate, oblong-spatulate, oblanceolate-oblong, spatulate, or elliptic to elliptic-oblong.     Naturalizes easily, moves around the garden.   Flowering shoots without axillary offsets; leaf blade bases not scarious (1999), S. Mayuzumi and H. Ohba (2004), and M. E. Mort et al. Petals carinate, yellow; leaf blades 7-12 × 4.4-9 mm, base short-spurred. (29) 20 Sedum villosum (in part) Flowering shoots with axillary offsets; leaf blade bases scarious.       (26)       Perfect for rock gardens or as a groundcover. Offsets often produced from axils of leaves and bracts. + 1 mm), reticulate or reticulate-papillose.   Fall Color: Hardy From Zone: Hardy To Zone: ? 23 Sedum annuum This colorful series of Sedum comes from the breeding work of Chris Hansen. Contact your local Cooperative Extension office for information on plants native to your specific region. Another native has a wide range of distribution.   Acta Horti Gothob.   In the wild, this lovely sedum grows in close proximity to calcareous rocks.   ING Genus Search, A Checklist for the South China Botanical Garden, Guangzhou, Guangdong + 19 Sedum robertsianum Given adequate growing medium depth and irrigation, just about any plants, even trees, can be grown on green roofs. 16 Sedum debile   36 Sedum oblanceolatum Sedum ternatum, commonly called three-leaved stonecrop (also commonly called whorled stonecrop), is a small, spreading, Missouri native perennial which typically occurs in damp locations along stream banks, bluff bases and stony ledges (as in stonecrop).   +   Petals widely spreading from short, erect base; filaments yellow. FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Sedum ternatum is a mat forming evergreen wildflower. Sedum ternatum is the most widespread native Sedum species in eastern North America, commonly known as woodland stonecrop. (51)   20 Sedum villosum (in part) + 53 (49)   [2] The plant flowers for about a month in late spring to early summer.   This colorful series of Sedum comes from the breeding work of Chris Hansen. (38)       wide (15-22 cm). (5) Plants not forming rosettes or offsets (18) 16 (15) (2001) have formed the basis for recognizing segregate genera when the nomenclatural, biogeographic, and morphological data also have been available.   11 (10)       Many species are cultivated as plants for the house and garden. 27 Sedum havardii   + Sedum cauticola Praeger 1917 This shade-loving succulent plant has fleshy, rounded blue-green leaves on thin pink stems. Because of its thick, succulent leaves which can store water, sedum is drought tolerant.   Of the genera encompassed by the Crassulaceae family, Sedum is the most species rich, the most morphologically diverse and most complex taxonomically.   Flowering shoots (6-)10-28 cm. Petals widely spreading from short, erect base; filaments yellow. Native perennials are indigenous to the United States and Canada. +   (32)   (4) Leaves 4(-5) per whorl, blade linear-elliptic or linear-lanceolate; flowering shoots erect. It grows up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall. 25 (20) Stems and leaves hirtellous and glandular-hairy; sepals glandular-hairy; petals pink-red, 3-4.5 mm The most mundane of all lawn care jobs, ... Our products include lawn turf, topsoil, wild flower matting and sedum matting differentiated into a portfolio of brands that meet our customers complex and varied needs. Leaves whorled, usually 3, sometimes 2 or 4 per whorl, sometimes decussate. They look great against the clusters of pink flowers that appear in autumn. This shade-tolerant species is often found in the forest understory, although it can also grow in sunnier locations when sufficient moisture is present.   Carpels erect in fruit   They are significant as they provide very important natural habitats and food sources to many of our native pollinating insects, bees and butterflies.         Leaves are small and blue-green.   Stonecrop, orpin [Latin sedeo, to sit, alluding to habit], Amerosedum Á. Löve & D. Löve; Breitungia Á. Löve & D. Löve; Chetyson Rafinesque; Clausenella Á. Löve & D. Löve; Cockerellia (R. T. Clausen & C. H. Uhl) Á. Löve & D. Löve; Hjaltalinia Á. Löve & D. Löve. (27) 49 (46)   40 Sedum oreganum, Treatments in Other Floras @ www.efloras.org In New England it has been collected only from Massachusetts.   Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is native both to North America and to Europe. It is known only from a fragmental type specimen.   Sedum ternatum can be distinguished from other sedums, native and cultivated, which are commonly found in the United States by the white flowers with four (not five) petals, and by the leaves in whorls of three, whence the species name.   Stems glandular-hairy (at least distally) or hirtellous       + Filaments yellow; carpels divergent in fruit. Contact your local Cooperative Extension office for information on plants native to your specific region. 13 (12) Carpels erect in fruit + Leaf blades of flowering stems linear, base sagittately spurred. It adapts well to garden use. 34 Sedum obtusatum (in part) (44)   From what plants to grow and how to grow them, join our society to read the latest Rock Garden Quarterly or engage in our annual Seed Exchange. Carpels divergent or stellately spreading in fruit.   Dry, Moderate. Perennial herbs; leaf blades obovate, oblanceolate, oblanceolate-oblong, or spatulate, (4-)12-28(-67) × 4-11(-18) mm; petals erect proximally, spreading or divergent distally, Leaf blades linear or linear-lanceolate to oblong, Leaf blades spatulate, orbiculate to broadly ovate, ovate, obovate, lanceolate, elliptic, elliptic-lanceolate, elliptic-oblong, cuneate, or triangular-ovate, Petals 5-10 mm; leaves on vegetative shoots spirally arranged or alternate, not in rows. It is native to western North America from Alaska to northern California. Petals 1.4-5 mm Petals carinate, yellow; leaf blades 7-12 × 4.4-9 mm, base short-spurred. (8) Leaf blades narrowly obovate, strongly pruinose, not glaucous; sepals 4-7 mm. Grows 3-6" high and spreads by creeping stems which root at the nodes. (12) Leaf blades usually glaucous; petals acuminate apically; primary rosettes usually 1-2.7 cm diam. Good choice when potted in bowls, a hanging succulent basket or as a mix with other succulents in containers. Flowers mostly 4-merous, sometimes 5-6(-7)-merous They are variable in size, leaf shape and flower color but the flowers are always five-pointed stars in clusters at the top of the stem. 12 Sedum stenopetalum (in part)   (3) + Leaf blade bases short-spurred; petals elliptic-oblong; c United States. plants) Sun Exposure Full Sun, Medium Sun/Average Shade. 37 Sedum oregonense (in part) It's a must for late summer color.     Flowering shoots glandular-pubescent. Flowering shoots not forming axillary offsets Leaf blades usually glaucous; petals acuminate apically; primary rosettes usually 1-2.7 cm diam. 14 (1) (35) 25 Sedum sexangulare (22)   Leaf blade bases not spurred; petals narrowly lanceolate; Greenland. + (28)       [2], https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sedum_ternatum&oldid=904437235, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 2 July 2019, at 04:57. 28 (27) Sedum ternatum is the most widespread native Sedum species in eastern North America, commonly known as woodland stonecrop. 45 (44) Molecular studies by H. ’t Hart (1995), R. C. H. J. van Ham and ’t Hart (1998), ’t Hart et al.   Leaf blades not glaucous; petals acute apically; primary rosettes usually 1 cm diam. Historically it was placed in the subfamily Sedoideae, of which it was the type genus. + Leaf blades linear or linear-lanceolate to oblong It may be rodents or birds in search of moisture. The varieties featured below are native to North America, or are improved selections of North American native plants.   4 Sedum pulchellum (in part) This is our only Sedum native to North America, though its range is usually stated to be south of Michigan.       Native to North America. 42 (37) (47) Not Native to North America. W3TROPICOS   Native plants generally grow well and require little care when grown in proper conditions.   4 Sedum pulchellum (in part) as defined by the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map; (hardiness zones are not recorded for all Grow Native!   ), 10(app.).     + INDEX TO NEWSLETTERS 1-110(Word Format) 9. Crassulaceae, is a large family that is native to Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. A Checklist for the South China Botanical Garden, Guangzhou, Guangdong Your guide to gardening in North America and beyond. The leaves rounded, green and fleshy; The growth spreading forming a thick carpet. This plant is common in the lava beds of Northwest British Columbia where it is one of the food plants of the Nisga'a first nation. Leaf blades linear-lanceolate; sepals lanceolate, 3-6 mm, densely glandular-pubescent; petals erect or suberect, lanceolate, 8-10 mm. 4 (3) (54)   18 Sedum nanifolium The versatile plants are also in a bit of a tug-of-war surrounding their genus name.   Will spread by creeping stems which root at the nodes.   Leaf blades triangular-ovate.   +     52 (50) +   Stems erect, ascending, procumbent, or creeping, usually much-branched, sometimes succulent, usually hardly secondarily thickened, base sometimes slightly woody. Sedum spathufolium and S. divergens are also native to high alpine and rocky outcroppings. Recently (2003) combined with Sedum liebmannianum Hemsley, 1778. Back numbers of Newslettters on DVD Inflorescences 1-3(-5)-parted or branched cymes, corymbs, or corymbiform cymes + 27 (26)   10 (9)   Some species have become naturalised in North America. Perennial herbs or subshrubs + This species is native to western North America (Washington, Oregon, northern California, Idaho and western Montana in the United States, and Alberta and British Columbia in Canada).   Native to Japan.       Stems and leaves glabrous; sepals glabrous; petals white to purple, 4-10 mm. Even North America boasts several native Sedum species; Sedum lanceolatum, S. integrifolium, which is also called S. roseum, and S. stenopetalum. (4-)7-11.5 mm; sepals closely appressed to corolla, (2-)2.6-5.1 mm; flowering shoots (6-)10-28(-40) cm   Inflorescences 2-9-flowered cymes or solitary flowers; pedicels absent or to 1 mm, or pedicels 3-8 mm; leaf blades 3-8 mm         Leaves whorled, usually 3, sometimes 2 or 4 per whorl, sometimes decussate.   Leaves deciduous or persistent, rarely rosulate, sometimes forming dense rosettes, usually alternate, sometimes opposite or in whorls of 3-5[-6], ± alike, petiolate or sessile, not connate basally; blade linear to orbiculate or spatulate, terete, semiterete, or subterete, rarely laminar, 0.1-8 cm, usually ± succulent, base spurred or not, margins entire, (with 1 abaxial apical hydathode); veins not conspicuous. Native plants are well adapted to local conditions and will often thrive with less care than a non-native plant.   Leaves 3(-4) per whorl, blade narrowly rhombic-elliptic to widely lanceolate or linear-lanceolate to linear; flowering shoots ascending, pendulous, or creeping Sedum acre is native in Greenland.   Offsets not formed from axils of leaves and bracts Filaments yellow; carpels divergent in fruit.   7 (2)   North American Native Sedum (say-dum) Classical name for several succulent plants from the Latin sedo, to sit, referring to the manner in which it will grow on rocks and walls. + (11) Flowering shoots glabrous   In early summer, sprays of starry white flowers tower to 6”. +     5(app. 35 (33)   55 (54) + Grows up to 3-6 in.         Sedum ternatum is the most widespread native Sedum species in eastern North America, commonly known as woodland stonecrop.   1930-1935. CHECK AVAILABILITY. Petals basally erect, divergent distally; filaments white, greenish, greenish white, pink, or yellowish. (45) SedeveriaLetizia 5.   Leaf blades of flowering stems linear, base sagittately spurred.   Leaves whorled or opposite and decussate (rarely alternate) + Offsets not formed from axils of leaves and bracts. This low-growing evergreen succulent can be found growing in the sub-alpine meadows and on rocky sites. Native Environment: Cliff. (33) (42)   Sedum Divergens Care Size and Growth Habit. 2n = 4-ca. (23) Offsets often produced from axils of leaves and bracts. Sedum ternatum is the most widespread native Sedum species in eastern North America. The inflorescence is a panicle of small, bright pink flowers, produced in late Summer. 14 Sedum borschii Perennial herbs; leaf blades obovate, oblanceolate, oblanceolate-oblong, or spatulate, (4-)12-28(-67) × 4-11(-18) mm; petals erect proximally, spreading or divergent distally (19) 47 (46) According to Doug Ladd, "Some scientists think that most North Woods populations are introduced European weeds, while others believe most local Yarrow plants are native to the region" ( p.161). 15 Sedum divergens (21) Leaves 3(-4) per whorl, blade narrowly rhombic-elliptic to widely lanceolate or linear-lanceolate to linear; flowering shoots ascending, pendulous, or creeping.   17 Sedum nuttallii Petals yellow, elliptic-oblong or narrowly lanceolate 21 (20) Sample newsletter articles: 1.   + 2 mm. Petals pink, pinkish white, or white, apices obtuse; sepals 2.6-5.1 mm     Chris selects for colorful groundcover types from a pool of over 4,000 seedlings. Drought tolerant once established.   Sedum rhodocarpum or S. edwardsii 8.   Plant Type: Herbaceous Perennials. (24) Revision of Sedum section Gormania (Crassulaceae). In the wild, this lovely sedum grows in close proximity to calcareous rocks.       +   Fröderström, H. A. Flowering shoots without axillary offsets; leaf blade bases not scarious. 26 Sedum rupestre Other Databases 19 (15) 46 (42)   Petals white, creamy white, yellowish white, pale yellow, yellowish, white tinged with purple or streaked with pink, pinkish white, greenish white, purple, pink-red, or pink Leaf blades linear to elliptic-oblong.   Native to North America. Sepals lanceolate or ovate-elliptic. Leaves are small and blue-green. Flowers without pungent scent; petals erect, widely spreading from base, or spreading from middle, not sharply curved outward   The common name for these beautiful plants is "Stonecrop" but it's not very common these days. Leaf blades orbiculate to broadly ovate.   Sedum cepaealives on 4. +   A graceful and charming plant, Sedum sieboldii offers blue-green leaves that are often tinted purple. Some, like … 31 Sedum mexicanum (7) Flowering shoots with axillary offsets; w United States Seeds ovoid to ellipsoid, (usually ca.   (16) + This was originally a Eurasian species. Flowering shoots with axillary offsets; leaf blade bases scarious. CHECK AVAILABILITY . + + Subshrubs; leaf blades elliptic-oblanceolate, 40-80 × 13-25 mm; petals widely spreading. Sedum divergens, commonly called spreading stonecrop, Cascade stonecrop, and Pacific stonecrop, is a low growing flowering plant of the genus Sedum.   Many genera of Crassulaceae currently recognized are derived from Sedum, the largest genus in the family. Pedicels absent or to 1 mm. 12 Sedum stenopetalum (in part) Leaf blades not glaucous; petals acute apically; primary rosettes usually 1 cm diam. +       Recognized species go by very colorful names such as Burro’s Tail, Gold Chain, Bird’s Bread, and Creeping Tom.   Leaf blades linear-lanceolate to linear; flowering shoots ascending or pendulous.   1981. 54 (53) ), 7(app. Leaf blades narrowly rhombic-elliptic to widely lanceolate; flowering shoots creeping or ascending. Petals ca. + + Flowering shoots without axillary offsets; c, e United States. 48 (47) Sedum ternatum, commonly called three-leaved stonecrop (also commonly called whorled stonecrop), is a small, spreading, Missouri native perennial which typically occurs in damp locations along stream banks, bluff bases and stony ledges (as in stonecrop). Leaf blades of flowering shoots obovate to obovate-spatulate or elliptic, narrowly elliptic, oblong or linear, base short-spurred. Description . 39 (38) 31 (30) Pedicels 3-8 mm. 32 Sedum sarmentosum Leaf blades linear to oblong; sepals ovate, 2-3(-3.3) mm, glabrous or sparsely glandular-pubescent; petals spreading, oblong, 6-7 mm.   Leaf blades of flowering shoots linear or linear-lanceolate to linear-oblanceolate + 41 (40) In early summer, sprays of starry white flowers tower to 6”.   Potpourri of members' photographs 3. Native perennials are well adapted to local conditions and will often thrive with less care than a non-native plant. Sedum stenopetalum is a succulent with decumbent, branched stems that terminate in viviparous rosettes. Sedum elrodii was found near Somers in Flathead County, Montana.   This shade-tolerant species is often found in the forest understory, although it can also grow in sunnier locations when sufficient moisture is present. (36)   The Sedum genus name comes from the Latin ‘sedo,’ meaning “to sit.” They are found in Europe, Asia, North Africa, Mexico and a few are even native to North America.   The creeping selections of Stonecrop are excellent groundcover plants, particularly for hot, dry sites with poor soil. (49) Flowering shoots without axillary offsets; c, e United States. Plants mat-forming   Some of our southernmost collections, however, are from ± natural forested slopes along rivers typical of its habitat immediately south of us, and might be native, as argued by Farwell (1930). Leaves alternate       Native perennials are well adapted to local conditions and will often thrive with less care than a non-native plant.   37 Sedum oregonense (in part) +   +   Inflorescences terminal or axillary cymes (sometimes compound, cincinnate, less often simple).   24 (23) Carpels divergent in fruit   Despite its common name, this treat for late summer and early fall is native to most of North America, not just the New England states.       21 Sedum hispanicum   Contact your local Cooperative Extension office for information on plants native to your specific region. + 1 36 (35) Available on Amazon ; $11.99 for five cuttings. + plants mat-forming ( 48 ) 48 ( 47 ) leaf blades usually glabrous rarely! Blade linear-elliptic or linear-lanceolate ; sepals 3.2-3.5 sedum native to north america short-spurred ; petals deep yellow cauticola Praeger 1917 this shade-loving plant. Narrowly rhombic-elliptic to widely lanceolate ; Greenland ) Main Color: Hardy to Zone: Mid ( -... 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