Sedum ternatum (Wild Stonecrop)

This plant is an exquisite native ground-cover option.  This sedum, surprisingly enough, is native to Chicago and the Midwest and can be found living on limestone outcroppings and bluffs. It blooms are about 8 inches in height and white with the lower growing foliage in the 3-6" range. Sedum ternatum (Wild Stonecrop) can replace many non-native groundcovers in the landscape and look beautiful while doing it!!!!

  • Sun Exposure: Part-Shade, Shade
  • Soil Conditions: Dry-Mesic, Dry
  • Height 3-6"
  • Flower Color White
  • Flower Time April, May


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