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I am trying to conquer my extremely large, neglected yard- it has been quite a feat- And along the way have found quite a few treasures- and have been able to identify a lot of them- but some are still a mystery.
Anyone know what this is? Ground cover- ranging from 1/4" to 5" in length- some segments share a root structure... I really like them- and want to know if I can move them to the front of my yard where it gets afternoon and evening sun.
oops- wrong thread
my friend has some growing in a pot- had it in there last year with a few flowers- it took over the whole pot this year- here is a picture of hers- *we are both pretty sure we have the same thing- but can only see pictures of each other's plans as we are so far away* I didn't see any pictures that looked like this when I searched Crassulaceae or sedum
It's definitely a sedum, I have some of this same in my yard, although I'm unsure just what it is called. Here is a link, I think you will find your plant third picture down on the right hand side. http://www.austinbug.com/larvalbugbio/sedum.html
I'm not sure about the second picture. But the first one looks like one of the several sedums that I have in my garden.
This sedum has been around a long time. I remember it in my Mother's rock garden as an aggressive plant in the 1950s & 60s. But here in the Northern Panhandle of WV - it is not longer regularly sold here or seen. Sorry, I don't know the name.