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English Stonecrop, Sedum anglicum Family: Crassulaceae
Sedum anglicum     *     English Stonecrop


Flowering time: June-September. Evergreen perennial.

Habitat: Mainly western Britain and Ireland, scattered elsewhere on acidic rocks, shingle and among dry, sandy grassland.

Five-petalled white flowers, pinkish below with red follicles. Spreading, mat-forming growth, the alternate, egg-shaped, fleshy leaves often red-tinged.

Similar: Mossy Stonecrop, Crassula tillaea


English Stonecrop, Sedum anglicum


English Stonecrop, Sedum anglicum
English Stonecrop, Sedum anglicum
Brands Bay, Studland, Dorset

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