All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

<strong>Stonecrop</strong>
<em>Sedum ternatum</em> / Sedum Family
Height: To 7"
April 22, 2005<br>
This plant, a succulent, is often found on rocks or rotting tree trunks, it likes moist areas. We called these plants "Crow's Feet" when I was young....
Stonecrop
Sedum ternatum / Sedum Family
Height: To 7"
April 22, 2005

This plant, a succulent, is often found on rocks or rotting tree trunks, it likes moist areas. We called these plants "Crow's Feet" when I was young. There are also pink and yellow species of Sedum. In mid-April these can be found along the Haw Ridge Trail.
Perennial
Where seen:Frozen Head SP, Oak Ridge Greenways, Great Smoky Mountains NP, Warriors' Path SP, Haw Ridge

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