Sedum sarmentosum

Common Names: Stringy stonecrop, whorled stonecrop, gold moss stonecrop, graveyard moss, dolnamul
Category: Plants
Sub-category: Stonecrop family

A succulent. Leafy stems up to 10 inches long and 6 inches high. The fleshy leaves are arranged in whorls of 3 at intervals along the stem. Each fleshy leaf is up to 1 inch long and 0.25 inches across, elliptic to narrowly lanceolate in shape, smooth along the margins, bright green. Flowers consist of 5 yellow petals, 5 fleshy green sepals, 10 stamens, and a cluster of 5 pistils.

Most commonly found in gardens and landscaping.

Edible Notes: Young leaves and stems are reported to be edible when raw or cooked, however sources caution that eating large quantities of this plant may cause an upset stomach.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.
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