|Sedum ternatum||Orpine Family||Crassulaceae|
|May - June||Infrequent||Alien|
Description: From 2 to 8 inches tall, leaves are spoon shaped to round many in whorls of 3. These plants are usually found in dense mats often covering large areas. Flowers are star shaped, white to pinkish in color, with a dark anther on the stamen. A garden escaper.
Location: Rock slopes, outcrops, woods and river bottoms
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