Sedum ternatum (Wild Stonecrop)
Commonly known as wild stonecrop, this plant forms mats of evergreen, small blue-green leaves with sprays of starry white flower, blooming from April to June. This shade-tolerant species is often found in the forest understory, although it can also grow in sunnier locations when sufficient moisture is present. Its common name of "stonecrop" evokes its ability to thrive atop boulders, where its succulent leaves help it to retain moisture in shallow soil. It grows 3 to 5 inches tall and adapts well to garden use. Sedum ternatum is native to much of the eastern United States.
Light Requirements: Full to partial shade
Water and Soil Requirements: Medium water needs, in rich, well drained soils
Deer Resistant: Yes
Ecological benefits/uses: Bees, wasps, and flies visit the flowers.
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