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ⓘ Sedum pulchellum




Sedum pulchellum
                                     

ⓘ Sedum pulchellum

Sedum pulchellum is a species of flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae known by the common names widowscross and widows cross. It is native to calcareous areas of the South-Central and Southeastern United States and where it is found on flat rock outcrops, particularly cedar glades. Most populations are in the Interior Low Plateau, and Ozark and Ouachita Mountains.

It produces pink-white flowers in late spring. It is a winter annual, germinating in autumn and dies in the summer.

                                     
  • de amor Graptopetalum fruticosum Sedum grandipetalum Sedum greggii Sedum jaliscanum Sedum tortuosum Sedum sp. 1 Sedum sp. 2 Brassica rapa mostaza Cardamine
  • Graptopetalum pusillum Sedum alamosanum Sedum chihuahuense Sedum frutescens Sedum lumholtzii Sedum madrense Sedum mellitulum Sedum vinicolor Villadia laxa
  • introduced, common Centaurium erythraea - rare Centaurium littorale Centaurium pulchellum - rare Gentiana pneumonanthe - rare Gentianella amarella - rare Gentianella
  • villosus L hairy, shaggy hairy nightshade, Solanum villosum hairy stonecrop, Sedum villosum hairy vetch, Vicia villosa hairy woodpecker, Picoides villosus
  • Caucasian - stonecrop Sedum stoloniferum Pale stonecrop Sedum sediforme Reflexed stonecrop Sedum reflexum Rock stonecrop Sedum forsterianum Biting stonecrop Sedum acre

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