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Yellow or Orange Flowers ( Five Petals )
Stonecrop Family (Crassulaceae)

Lance-leaved Stonecrop
Sedum stenopetalum

Season: June
Habitat:
 All Elevations
Height:
 5-10 cm

Description: Once you see your first stonecrop, you rarely mistake it for anything else. It is readily identified by its yellow, five-petaled, star-shaped flowers, and its thick, fleshy leaves. The stem (also fleshy) has a pinkish tinge. The individual flower heads are approximately 1 cm across, with long stamens, and a greenish centre.

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All Material Ward Cameron 2005

 

 

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