Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Sedum spurium: foliage

[Photo: Sedum spurium.]Sedum spurium, known in English as "rock cress" or "two-row stonecrop" and in French as orpin bâtard, is a perennial succulent groundcover native to eastern Europe.

The landlords' kids and I rescued these plants from a neighbourhood garden that was being replaced by sod. This sedum is very forgiving; just break off a piece, stick in in the dirt, and it will grow!

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