Oregon Stonecrop

CAD $6.00

Sedum oreganum – laguw wes sa kaxəlaga (Kwak’wala)

Small rosettes of succulent foliage that turn a striking burgundy in the fall. Yellow flowers dance atop the foliage in mid-summer, attracting butterflies. Useful as a sturdy ground cover or rock garden plant. Great for containers. Hard to kill!

Height: up to 15cm

EdibleY

MedicineY

Other Uses: Y

Poisonous: N

Soil: dry, rocky, well-drained soil

Watering: drought tolerant once established. Do not overwater

Sun: full sun to light shade

Usually found at: rocky habitats

Pollinators & wildlife: butterflies & hummingbirds

Ornamental: produces abundant yellow wildflowers

 

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Sedum oreganum – laguw wes sa kaxəlaga (Kwak’wala)

Small rosettes of succulent foliage that turn a striking burgundy in the fall. Yellow flowers dance atop the foliage in mid-summer, attracting butterflies. Useful as a sturdy ground cover or rock garden plant. Great for containers. Hard to kill!

Height: up to 15 cm.

EdibleY

MedicineY

Other Uses: Y

Poisonous: N

Soil: dry, rocky, well-drained soil

Watering: drought tolerant once established. Do not overwater

Sun: full sun to light shade

Usually found at: rocky habitats

Pollinators & wildlife: butterflies & hummingbirds

Ornamental: produces abundant yellow wildflowers

 

Leaves: leaves change colour during summer, round

Flowers: yellow wildflowers with lance-shaped petals, stried with a red mid-vein

Berriesnone

First Nations uses: Oregon Stonecrop, and related species, are used traditionally as food and medicine.

 

Note: Native plant sales are pick-up only at Suwa’lkh School (1432 Brunette Ave in Coquitlam). Email suwa’lkh@freshroots.ca for more information.

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Size

3.5 Inch Small Pot

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