Sedum
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ADOLPHI   Hamet, 1912

Synonym : Sedum nussbaumerianum  Bitter (1924)

 

Distribution :  Mexico (Veracruz)

 

 

Description (according to IHSP, 2003) :

 

Grlabrous perennial subshrubs with much branched spreading, sprawling or ascending stems, 10 – 30 cm.

 

Leaves imbricate, alternate, broadly lanceolate to obovate, 12 – 30 mm, acute to subacute, spurred, obscurely carinate, subterete, very fleshy.

 

Inflorescences corymbose, pedicels 6 – 10 mm.

 

Flowers  5-merous, sepals broadly sessile, triangular-semiorbicular, apiculate, ± 1.5 x 1 mm, petals basally connate, oblong, tapering above, subobtuse, narrowly mucronate, white, ± 7.5 mm.

 

Cytology : 2n=128

 

Sedum adolphi and S. 'Golden Glow'







Photo Thomas Delange

Sedum adolphi is somewhat variable :



Two somewhat different forms :


Photos Thomas Delange


Sedum adolphi is somewhat variable :


Photo Eric Barbier




Photos Margrit Bischofberger


Photo Noelene Tomlinson


Photo Park Kwan-Jae


Photo Lourdes Izquierdo




Photos Margrit Bischofberger

As a ground cover :



Photo Noelene Tomlinson




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