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Sedum spurium Bieb., 1808

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Sedum spurium Bieb., 1808
Common names: Creeping stonecrop, Two-row stonecrop [En], Orpin bâtard, Orpin pourpre [Fr], Roze vetkruid [Nl], Kaukasus-Asienfetthenne [De], Sedo bastardo [Es], Kırmızı Kayakoruğu [Tu]

Pişenkaya, ARTVİN ● Turkey

Description: Stoloniferous glabrous perennial of 10-30 cm. The flowering stems are ascending.
The leaves are tapering below but sessile, cuneate, 20-35 x c. 10 mm, plane, crenate above, alternate.
The inflorescence is a dense 15-30-flowered corymb. The 5-6 flowers are pedicellate, with sepals of 4-5 mm, acute. The petals are whitish-yellow or bright pink, 8-10 mm. The follicles are glabrous, erect.

Biology: Flowering in July-August.

Habitat: Rocks, screes, at 1600-2700 m altitude.

Distribution: NE Anatolia, Georgia, Armenia, Caucasia, N. Iran; introduced in Europe.

References:
Flora of Van Lake Basin



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