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English stonecrop (Sedum anglicum) (June, 2013) <br />
English stonecrop is a low growing perennial with stubby, succulent un-toothed alternate leaves. These are often greyish green, and may turn pink in dry conditions. The flowers are short stalked and star-like, white sometimes tinged pink, with ten contrasting stamens and five carpels. The fruits are red.<br />
Habitat: English stonecrop occurs in western Europe. It is usually found on dry rocks, walls and sand dunes, often near the sea. It prefers acidic thin soils and thrives in crevices in rocks, on cliffs, and also grows inland on walls and hedge banks. This plant I found in a small hill close to loch Lomond.       Geotagged,Sedum anglicum,Spring,United Kingdom Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

English stonecrop (Sedum anglicum)

(June, 2013)
English stonecrop is a low growing perennial with stubby, succulent un-toothed alternate leaves. These are often greyish green, and may turn pink in dry conditions. The flowers are short stalked and star-like, white sometimes tinged pink, with ten contrasting stamens and five carpels. The fruits are red.
Habitat: English stonecrop occurs in western Europe. It is usually found on dry rocks, walls and sand dunes, often near the sea. It prefers acidic thin soils and thrives in crevices in rocks, on cliffs, and also grows inland on walls and hedge banks. This plant I found in a small hill close to loch Lomond.

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''Sedum anglicum'' or English stonecrop, is a species of flowering plant in the genus ''Sedum'' in the family Crassulaceae.

Similar species: Saxifragales
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Jan 24, 2016. Captured Jun 17, 2013 12:51 in A82, Alexandria, Argyll and Bute G83 8PG, UK.
  • SP-820UZ
  • f/4.5
  • 10/3200s
  • ISO80
  • 5.7mm