Sedum dasyphyllum

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Sedum dasyphyllum
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A Sedum dasyphyllum with flowers out a rural house in Southern Italy
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Core eudicots
Order: Saxifragales
Family: Crassulaceae
Genus: Sedum
Species: S. dasyphyllum
Binomial name
Sedum dasyphyllum

Sedum burnatii

Detail of stems

Sedum dasyphyllum[1][2] also named Sedum burnatii and commonly known as Corsican stonecrop[3] or thick-leaved stonecrop,[4] is a low-growing succulent flowering plant of the genus Sedum in the family Crassulaceae.


It is a small perennial plant with green/turquoise or gray/green opposite leaves and a creeping stem forming shrubs.[5] Its flowers are white and small with little black dots on the petals and green ovaries. The Sedum dasyphyllum, typical of the Mediterranean region, usually grows among the rocks, especially among the tuff walls of rural areas.


Subspecies and varieties[edit]

  • Sedum dasyphyllum subsp. dasyphyllum[6]
  • Sedum dasyphyllum subsp. glanduliferum
  • Sedum dasyphyllum subsp. granatense
  • Sedum dasyphyllum var. microphyllum


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