Plant Identification

beluga at blueyonder.co.uk beluga at blueyonder.co.uk
Mon Mar 24 16:58:57 EST 2003


On Sun, 23 Mar 2003 20:07:46 GMT, "Cereoid+10+" <cereoid at prodigy.net>
wrote:

>That is not the flower spike. That is the foliage without the terminal
>flower cluster.
>
>Sedum rosea is a synonym of Rhodiola rosea.
>
>http://ulmus.kee.hu/kelemenh/picszov/l93rhodi.htm
>
>http://www.arcticartsales.com/rosenrod.html
>
>
>Definitely not a Crassula (Tillaea). The Crassula species in that area are
>diminuitive plants with very narrow paired leaves.
>
>
Thanks for the help. Think that the picture at
http://ulmus.kee.hu/kelemenh/picszov/l93rhodi.htm is quite a good
match, especially the growth at the lower right.
The red leaves on my specimen are because its a juvenile or due to
the climate perhaps? 



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