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This little native succulent forms a tight cushion of tiny fleshy lance-shaped leaves. Small and compact, it's a perfect choice for a rock garden or container. In early summer it develops vivid yellow flower stalks that mature to deep red seed heads. Unlike wormleaf stonecrop, which tends to spread via bulbils, lance-leaf will stay put unless you choose to spread the seeds. 


Plant in well drained soil. Goes nicely with cushion plants such as cushion buckwheat, woolly groundsel, and cutleaf daisy. 

lance-leaf stonecrop

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  • Sedum lanceolatum

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