The Wild Stonecrop That's Rocking the Garden World

Welcome to the wild world of Sedum ternatum, also known as the Wild Stonecrop or Woodland Stonecrop. This little plant is a big deal in the gardening community, and it's about time you got to know it!

Sedum ternatum

All Light Conditions

Highly adaptable to any lighting conditions, from dark to sunny.

Moderate Water Needs

Requires balanced watering. Not too wet, not too dry.

Clay or Sandy Soils Preferred

Grows in clay or sandy soils, which can present challenges in soil structure and stability.

Moderately Adaptable Soil pH

Can thrive in multiple pH ranges.

Safe For Humans

No known toxic effects or skin irritation risks.

Safe for All Animals

No known safety risks to pets or livestock.


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About Sedum ternatum

The Wild Stonecrop is a cover crop that stands a petite 3-6 inches tall and spreads out 6-12 inches wide. It's a soft-stemmed beauty with olive-colored leaves that add a touch of the wild to any garden. But the real show-stopper is its alabaster flowers that bloom in the springtime, attracting fluttering butterflies and feathered singers alike.

Did you know that the Wild Stonecrop is a drought-resistant plant? That's right, this little guy can survive and thrive even in the driest of conditions!

Also known as

Wild stonecrop
Woodland Stonecrop

Our design recommendations

The Wild Stonecrop is perfect for edge and cluster planting. Its low height and sprawling nature make it an excellent choice for covering large areas, while its unique look adds a touch of charm to any garden. This plant is incredibly versatile and can be planted in a variety of locations. It's perfect for habitat spaces, recreation spaces, rock fences, and banks. Wherever you plant it, the Wild Stonecrop is sure to shine!