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Sedum ternatum 'Larinem Park' (stonecrop)

Sedum ternatum 'Larinem Park'

stonecrop or shale barrens

A low-growing, succulent native groundcover for shade, it carpets the woodland floor with whimsical round leaves arranged in threes. In spring it is covered in white star-shaped flowers. A slowly spreading, floriferous selection from Mineral County, WV, via The Primrose Path of Scottdale, PA. 'Larinem Park' is more tolerant of shade and moisture than other Sedum species.

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6 Inches


12-18 Inches


10 Inches

Bloom Color


USDA Hardiness Zone 3-9

stonecrop Interesting Notes

Look for this native wildflower on your next hike as it is one of the first to flower in the spring. This tiny wildflower is found widespread throughout this area. It is typically found in large mats covering rocks, trees and mossy areas on the ground and near streams. Although it would prefer shady woodland soil, it will tolerate other conditions if not too dry. Look for it in areas of full sun to full shade along bluff bases and stony ledges. Sedum ternatum is a small, spreading, perennial wildflower. It grows 2” to 6” high and spreads by creeping stems which root at the nodes. Stems break away and die in the winter, leaving newly rooted plants separated from the mother plant. The leaves are rounded and succulent-like to 3/4" long which appear in whorls of three which give it the common name of Three- leaved or Whorled Sedum. Clusters of tiny white, star-like flowers with purplish stamens appear on erect stems above the foliage. Although it spreads slowly by creeping stems, any unwanted plants are easy to remove. - Wild Ones Lexington Chapter Newsletter, Volume 12: Issue 1

Sedum ternatum 'Larinem Park' Growing and Maintenance Tips

S. ternatum can be found in the wild growing on stony ledges and in woods from New Jersey to Iowa south to Arkansas and Georgia. Prefers moist, well-drained soil in full sun to full shade. Propagate by division or vegetatively by stems that have broken off from the mother plant. Excellent as a groundcover or in rock gardens.

Good Substitutions

stonecrop Sedum spurium 'John Creech'
stonecrop Sedum floriferum 'Weihenstephaner Gold'

Key Characteristics & Attributes

Full Shade
Full Shade
Part Sun
Part Sun
Deer Resistant
Deer Resistant
Drought Tolerant
Drought Tolerant

Additional Information

Soil Moisture Needs
Plug Type
Horticultural Plug
Landscape Plug™
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Late Spring / Early Summer
Green Infrastructure
Green Roof
Native to North America
Ornamental Foliage
Propagation Type