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Sedum Society
... . Organised by Mr. Ray Stephenson. Few succulents grow in flowing water. This is one, Sedum villosum growing in Northumberland, England. 7. BACK NUMBERS OF THE NEWSLETTER. These are available ... be forwarded on disc. Ray also oversees printing and then collates and posts the Newsletter. Sedum 'Whetstone' is a tender hybrid, probably between S. cremnophila (Cremnophila nutans) and S. clavatum ...
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Sedum - Cactus Blog
... Sedum - Cactus Blog Sedum Cactus Blog Wednesday, October 25. 2006 Sedum From Schemie Radge's photos on Flickr: It's a Sedum, possibly S. rupestre. Posted by cactusblog in Photography at 16:49 Trackbacks ...
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Sedum - Cactus Blog
... Sedum - Cactus Blog Sedum Cactus Blog Wednesday, October 25. 2006 Sedum From Schemie Radge's photos on Flickr: It's a Sedum, possibly S. rupestre. Posted by cactusblog in Photography at 16:49 Trackbacks ...
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Sedum
... Sedum Sedum Sedum specatbile This is my sad specimen of Sedum spectabile, the species the ubiquitous cultivar 'Autumn Joy' originates from. I don't know what ... one evening when I was out running so I refer to it as "the stolen sedum." Generally sedums do best in bright light but are tolerant of some shade. This one ...
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NARGS: Sedum kamtschaticum
... MeetingsQuestions?PublicationsSeeds BooksGardensSlides & VideosLinksSite Map Part II: Good Rock Garden Plants by NARGS contributors Sedum kamtschaticum [see-dum kamt-cha-ti-kum] A clump-forming stonecrop from Siberia, Manchuria and ...
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NARGS: Sedum pluricaule
... MeetingsQuestions?PublicationsSeeds BooksGardensSlides & VideosLinksSite Map Part II: Good Rock Garden Plants by NARGS contributors Sedum pluricaule [see-dum plur-eh-kawl-eh] This handsome stonecrop from Sakhalin has round blue ...
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sedum nevii
... sedum nevii Sedum nevii Species: Sedum nevii Growth habit: perennial rosettes on creeping stems Size of plant not in bloom: 2 ...
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Sedum - stonecrop
... shaped flowers in early summer. Zones 4 - 8. Sedum cauticolum. 2 - 4". This sedum creates a rounded mound of blue to reddish ... and yellow-orange flowers. Zones 4 - 8. Sedum maximum, great stonecrop. 2'. This sedum has thick, oval leaves and pale yellow ... Chablis' is a variegated sport of 'Brilliant'. Sedum 'Carmen' has large, rosy-pink flowers. Sedum 'Variegatum' has creamy-yellow leaves edged ...
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Open Directory - Home: Gardening: Plants: S: Sedum
... an editor | report abuse/spam | help the entire directory only in S/Sedum Top: Home: Gardening: Plants: S: Sedum (8) Description See also: Science: Biology: Flora and Fauna: Plantae: ... daphne. Paghat's Garden: Reflexed Evergreen Sedum - Photos, background information, and cultural details for Sedum rupestre, an evergreen groundcover stonecrop. Paghat's Garden: Sedum acre var. aurea 'Goldmoss' - ...
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Open Directory - Home:Gardening:Plants:S:Sedum
Open Directory - Home:Gardening:Plants:S:Sedum home | help Top: Home: Gardening: Plants: S: Sedum Genus of mostly succulent perennials - many very hardy, some tender - commonly used in gardens. A frequently used common name for various sedum species is stonecrop. Copyright 1998-2004 Netscape Last update: 7:48 PT, Tuesday, December 14, 2004 - edit
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