Sedum divergens

Scientific name: Sedum divergens

Synonym: Amerosedum divergens


Common names: “Stonecrop” “crow’s strawberry” “strung salmon roe” “cascade stonecrop” “spreading stonecrop” “Pacific stonecrop”

Plant Type: Evergreen succulent perennial


Zone: 5-9

Light: Full sun – part shade

Exposure: Exposed or sheltered, alpine – sub-alpine

Soil: Rocky sandy, poor

Moisture: Well drained – dry, drought tolerant


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Plant Size: H 2-5″ W 1-2′

Leaf and Stem shape: Rounded succulent leaves turn bright red in full sun

Flower: Yellow star-like flowers Image result for sedum divergens

Maintenance: Low – zero

Landscape use: Rock gardens, native garden, groundcover, edging, container

Propagate: By cuttings & layering

Pests & Disease: None in Victoria

*Deer and rabbit resistant

♥Attracts butterflies

Comments: BC native, leaves used as a food source by some first nations, eaten raw like berries

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