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Sedum pulchellum

Sedum pulchellum

Common name widowscross; lime stonecrop
Family crassulaceae
Life cycle perennial?
Flowers pink (late spring)
Size 3"
Light sun
From seed self-seeds in our garden

Purchased this in spring of 2004 from Bluestone. It bloomed, then disappeared. When I called Bluestone, they acknowledged they'd had trouble with them, and sent me some other perennials as a replacement. But next spring, what do you know - a bunch of volunteer seedlings! Together with S. kamtschaticum, the earliest-blooming sedum in our garden, and a little charmer. I hope it will continue to return, even if individual plants turn out not to be perennial.

This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...

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