Woodland or Wild Stonecrop
Wild stonecrop is a native sedum that prefers shaded woodlands. It is a mat-forming succulent with rounded leaves arranged in a whorled pattern. Fertile, upright stems bear beautiful, bright white blooms in May and June. Each flower has four white petals. Wild stonecrop is usually found on bare slopes or rocks.
Most of these photographs were taken at Falls Ridge Preserve. Click on the gallery below to enlarge the images.
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Hello. I am searching for identification of what I consider to be an invasive vine. But, I may be wrong about the invasive part. Wondered if I might be able to send you a photo?
Sure, I’ll try!