A collection of flora from the pacific wonderland.

Cascade Stonecrop (Sedum divergens)


Cone Peak, Willamette National Forest, OR, 6/2016.

Similar to Sedum Oreganum, which is taller and found in lower and coastal areas of the pacific northwest.  Another Sedum, Lanceolatum, has longer, lance-shaped leaves.  The latin name comes from the root, sedere, meaning “to sit.”


Sourdough Ridge Trail, Mt. Rainier N.P. , WA, 8/2011.



Royal Basin, Olympic National Park, 7/2016.

2 responses

  1. That’s really a pretty Sedum!

    September 28, 2011 at 9:18 pm

  2. beautiful!

    October 10, 2011 at 3:33 pm

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