Sedum, with the common name of ‘Stonecrop’, is a type of succulent with small star-shaped flowers showing up in late summer.
Sedum spectabile just about to burst into bloom. A leggy Sedum Vera Jameson with its smoky purple foliage decorating a grocery store.Sedums bloom in August/September. The flowers are typical star-shaped and can appear in dense clusters.
Sedum Autumn Joy adds rich red colour to a fall garden.The Ghost Plant gets its name from the whitish colour of it leaves. The flowers are larger than the related stone crop but still star-shaped. Wild sedum growing on an Irish island.
In the winter the flower heads turn to seed.
Tiny new plant bursting up through the stalks of the previous flower heads.
Burro Tail, Burrito, Donkey’s Tail, (Sedum Morganianum). This native Mexican succulent, here in the Puerto Vallarta Botanical Garden in Mexico.