Sedum anglicum   English Stonecrop C DD N

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This common stonecrop is, according to Stace mostly coastal in central and east Britain but it actually grows inland as much as it does on the coast in the whole of western England, Wales and south western Scotland. It has a definite western preference. It is common around most of the coast of Ireland. It doesn't vary too much from the photographs always having succulent leaves which often have a reddish colour and white to pink flowers.

LHS: Near Calgary, Isle of Mull, Scotland 16th June 2001 RHS: Sychnant pass, North Wales 26th June 2005

Added on November 27th 2005, updated 2nd February 2012

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