Sedum
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PAPILLICAULUM G. L. Nesom, 1996

Distribution : Mexico (Nuevo León); subalpine and alpine meadows, (2700-) 3000 – 3600 m.

 

 

Description (according to IHSP, 2003) :

 

Erect suffruticose perennial herbs with fibrous roots, 6 – 25 cm tall.

 

Stems prominently minutely and densely papillate, papillae columnar and sometimes appearing stipitate-glandular.

 

Leaves oblong-elliptic to lanceolate-oblong, flat but with a swollen basal part, 3 – 4 x 1.5 – 2.2 mm, equally long throughout the length of the stems; flowering branches as in Sedum parvum.

 

Flowers : Petals erect, yellow, rarely with reddish tinge, 5 – 7 mm.

 

 

Plant in habitat in Nuevo León, Mexico :






Photos Gerhard Köhres



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