Sedum album stonecrop Crassulaceae SEAL*; Bx, pb;


Sedum (Accessed 4/2014).

Sedum album is a perennial herb, creeping, forming mats to 20 cm diameter, flowering stems erect to to 30 cm. 

Leaves alternate, oval, succulent, cylindrical, to 1 cm long. 

Flowers white or pinkish, 5-parted, petals to 0.4 cm, in dome-topped, branched cluster at top of stem, June-July. 

Fruit capsules pink, to 0.4 cm. 

Wetland status: NL. 

Frequency in NYC: Very infrequently escaped from cultivation. 

Origin: Eurasia. 

Habitat: Open sites.