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Sedella (formerly Parvisedum) is a small genus of flowering plants in the stonecrop family. There are three or four species, all native to California, one with a distribution extending into Oregon. These are petite succulent plants growing a few centimeters tall and bearing tiny yellowish or brownish flowers. Mock stonecrop is a common name for these plants.
- Sedella congdonii - Congdon's mock stonecrop
- Sedella leiocarpa - Lake County stonecrop
- Sedella pentandra - Mt. Hamilton mock stonecrop
- Sedella pumila - Sierra mock stonecrop
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