Sedum acre yellow sedum Crassulaceae SEAC*; R;

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Sedum acre is a perennial herb, creeping, evergreen, mat-forming. 

Leaves very small, to 0.6 cm, closely overlapping, thick fleshy, pale, usually whitish-green, oval, blunt. 

Flowers yellow, star-shaped, petals to 1 cm long, narrow, in small clusters at ends of stems, June-July. 

Fruit capsules to 0.5 cm, beaked. 

Wetland status: NL. 

Frequency in NYC: Very infrequently escaped from cultivation. 

Origin: Eurasia. 

Habitat: Usually into dry, open soil.