Sedum divergens (Cascade Stonecrop)
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Plant Description: A spreading, mat forming sedum native to the Willamette Valley from British Columbia to Northern California. a very low growing evergreen sedum with tall, bright yellow flowers. Foliage can grow from bright green to deep red depending.
Sedum divergens leaves are considered edible in small quantities before the plant flowers and has been historically eaten raw or with sugar and grease by First Nations People. *NEVER CONSUME PLANTS WITHOUT PROPER ID*
Height: 1-5 in
Width: 2 ft
Watering needs: low
Sun needs: full to part sun
Soil needs: dry, rocky, well draining
Bloom Time: Late spring-summer
- Portland Plant List (Backyard Habitat Certification): No
Landscape Use and Ecological Function: Cascade sedum makes a great addition to xeriscape projects and climate resilient gardening for its drought tolerance and cold tolerance. It best grows in sunny locations with rocky, well draining soil like a rocky or gravel slope. Great for soil stabilizing and erosion control. Attracts butterflies and caterpillars.
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