Woodland Stonecrop (Sedum ternatum)
Copyright: Kip Miller
(aka: Mountain Sedum)
Stonecrop gets its name as being a common plant in rock gardens. Woodland Stonecrop is native to the wooded areas, does well when watered regularly and can handle sun to a shady environment. It reaches 3-6 inches and looks great as a ground cover or border plant.
It has small attractive white flowers in the late spring and early summer. Woodland Stonecrop is definitely a plant that should be included in your garden, whether a rock, border, or butterfly garden. Enjoy this beautiful plant around your home.
Woodland Stonecrop is a Host Plant for:Variegated Fritillary, and more
Woodland Stonecrop is a Nectar Plant for:Fiery Skipper, and more
Woodland Stonecrop Specifications:
Color(s): White flowers
Sun Exposure: Sun, partial shade
Soil: Fertile, well drained
Average Height: 3 in. to 6 in.
Average Spread: Ground cover
USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 3 to 9