Sedum ternatum / Woodland Stonecrop


A diminutive, succulent, evergreen groundcover that bursts into exuberant starry blooms in early summer. Native to streambanks in shallow soils over rock. Fills in a border, rock garden, or edge. Attractive rounded foliage.

Plant with other diminutive wildflowers or sedges. Or, with companionable plants such as perennial wildflowers, trees and shrubs that allow dappled light to reach the earth below.

Height: <6″       Blooms: June, July

Habitat: Well-drained to moist soil, part shade to shade

Deer Resistance: High

Provenance: NJ


BONAP 2022 Sedum ternatum Native Range Map

Additional information


Quart, Cube, Three inch pot, Quart