Sedum
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STENOPETALUM ssp. STENOPETALUM

Synonym : Sedum douglasii  Hooker (1840)

 

Distribution : W USA (N Washington to N California: Rocky Mountains westward); open woods or aspen groves, man-made clearings, 400 - 3050 m.

 

 

Leaves linear, 4.5 - 13x longer than broad, subulate when dry, with persistent scarious base.

 

Inflorescences terminal many-flowered cymes, petals deep yellow.

 





Photos Ray Stephenson


From Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Photo Al Waltemyer



Photos Noelene Tomlinson



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