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Sedum kamtschaticum var. ellacombianum
Orange Stonecrop

Although shown here as a solid mass of foliage and inflorescences, Orange Stonecrop is a strong clump-forming perennial whose stems radiate from the crown and expose the center of the plant with age, necessitating division of the plant every few years if it is to be kept tidy in terms of a solid foliage appearance.


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