Species: White Stonecrop (Sedum album)

Family: Stonecrops (CRASSULACEAE)

Category: Flowering Plants

Location: NW

A. Flowering Plants

More extensive information on flowering plants can be found in a separate blog post.

B. Stonecrops (CRASSULACEAE)

This family's characteristics are succulent leaves and thick waxy cuticle, typical of adaptation to dry and cold areas where water is scarce.

C. White Stonecrop (Sedum album)

This creeping, perennial herb forms mat-like stands. It flowers from June.


White Stonecrop

White Stonecrop is a creeping, perennial herb that forms mat-like stands.

White Stonecrop

White Stonecrop flowers from June.

White Stonecrop

White Stonecrop flowers from June, and before the tiny flowers the plant spreads in dense, ground-hugging mats.

White Stonecrop

White Stonecrop flowers most prolifically in June and July.

White Stonecrop

White Stonecrop's tiny white flowers emerge on succulent-like stems that thrive on what looks like bare stone or gravel. This is a fine example of a well-named plant!