Perennial herb, often mat-forming, glabrous with ascending branched; leaves alternate, appearing usually in 6 rows, linear, 3-6 mm long, base spurred; flowering stems up to 15 cm long, simple or branched, cymes 8-25-flowered; flowers yellow 5-6-merous, sepals erect, linear, unequal; petals spreading, bright yellow, lanceolate, 3-4 mm long; follicles divergent, dark bown. 
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Sedum sexangulare and S. rupestre look very similar the differences are

S. rupestre: leaves 10-15 mm long, alternate, petals 6-7 mm long
S. sexangulare: leaves 3-6 mm long, usually in 6 rows, petals 3-4 mm long 
 

 

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Garden herb for ID 270411MK3: Attachments (4). 6 posts by 4 authors.

Please help to id this herb potted at garden in Kotagiri, Nilgiris. Could this be any Portulacaceae?
Date/Time- 09-04-2011 / 04:00 PM
Location- Place, Altitude, GPca.2000asl; Kotagiri, TN
Habitat- Garden/ Urban/ Wild/ Type- planted in garden
Plant Habit-succulent herb
Height/Length- 10 -15 cm long
Leaves Type/ Shape/ Size- ca.3 x 0.2 cm
Inflorescence Type/ Size- terminal; c. 3 cm across
Flowers Size/ Colour/ Calyx/ Bracts- 0.5-1 cm across 


This should be Crassulaceae, may be some Rhodiola!


i hope Sedum sexangulare


Oh… sorry!!


Sedum sexangulare


Many thanks … Is S. mexicanum a synonym for S.sexangulare or a different species?


 

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Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight: Sedum sexangulare : 9 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (1).  

I think Sedum sexangulare.
Place: Shimla
May, 2013


same question whole plant??


It is complete plant. I have cropped only the pot. It was only upto 10cm in height.


Sedum sexangulare and S. rupestre look very similar the differences are

S. rupestre: leaves 10-15 mm long, alternate, petals 6-7 mm long
S. sexangulare: leaves 3-6 mm long, usually in 6 rows, petals 3-4 mm long


Sir, leaves were less than 1cm and plants were only 10cm tall.


Size can also be judged from the size of small bee.


and petals?


Also no leaf rosettes in S. sexangulare, present in rupestre


Sir, as not a taxonomist by training, I always miss many things to judge. Not noted in that detail. Will try to record in next growing season.



Images by Gurcharan Singh, (For more photos & complete details, click on the links)

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Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight: Crassulaceae- Sedum sexangulare from Kausani, Uttarakhand-GSDEC36 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (3).

Sedum sexangulare L., Sp. Pl. 1: 432. 1753.

Perennial herb, often mat-forming, glabrous with ascending branched; leaves alternate, appearing usually in 6 rows, linear, 3-6 mm long, base spurred; flowering stems up to 15 cm long, simple or branched, cymes 8-25-flowered; flowers yellow 5-6-merous, sepals erect, linear, unequal; petals spreading, bright yellow, lanceolate, 3-4 mm long; follicles divergent, dark bown.
Photographed from Kausani in Uttarakhand.


 

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This succulent was recorded from “Raani Taalab” in Nahan..
Is this Sedum sexangulare ??


I think yes

Nice photographs 


 

 

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Sedum sexangulare : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Enclosing some pictu of S. sexangulare shot at Godawari Botanical Garden Nepal on 13 July 2016 at 5000 ft.  


ID validation please !


Pl. check images and keys at Sedum sexangulare


 

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Sedum sexangulare L. (accepted name) ?? : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)

Location: Soureni, Mirik, India
Date: 21 April 2017
Altitude: 4400 ft. 


I also think close to images at Sedum sexangulare L. as per comparative images at Sedum


As the leaves are not in rosette, it may be Sedum rupestre L.


On further checking I feel it should be Sedum sexangulare L. only.


 

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Sedum? ABAPR01/13 : 7 posts by 6 authors. Attachments (1)
Is this some Sedum sp.? It was growing on a stone wall. Please advise.
Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1800m
11 April 2015


seems to be similar to what i remember as sedum rupestre
but my vision holds pic of those in tended gardens and pots, not growing wild

so I may be wrong

need some input from experts

and any closer pics and flowering?


Sedum species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)


Of course Sedum sp. But now many species of Sedum are covered under Genus Rhodiola. Pl.Check ?


The plant uploaded seems to be Sedum reflexum


efi page on Sedum rupestre  (syn. Sedum reflexum L.


seem to recall something from dalhousie…. could it be Sedum adenotrichum..??


I found it flowering today and took some pictures. Could it be Sedum multicaule? Please advise


efi page on Sedum multicaule  


To me appears close to images at Sedum sexangulare L.

 

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Sedum multicaule? ABAUG01/08- 2 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (10)
This sedum grows commonly on stone walls around town. I am not entirely certain if it is S. multicaule. Please advise.
Around Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
1750m
13 May 2017.


To me appears close to images at Sedum sexangulare L.


  

 

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Sedum sexangulare : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (3)
Sedum sexangulare
we saw this around the village of Makku, Uttarakhand at an altitude of about 6,500 feet in the first week of may 2018
I believe it had been planted, and wasn’t growing naturally

Thanks … for very nice pics from your tour, it shows your tour was wonderful..

Yes … we great time, it was primarily a bird watching trip and I took that as an oppurtunity to photograph plants. Though I am stilll sorting them.


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