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HAIRY STONECROP Sedum villosum (Crassulaceae) Height to 15cm. Upright, unbranched biennial or perennial of damp, stony ground and stream margins. FLOWERS are 6-8mm across, pink and stalked; upright (not drooping) in bud (Jun-Aug). FRUITS are dry and splitting. LEAVES are fleshy, flat above and covered in sticky hairs; arranged spirally up stems. STATUS-Local from N England to central Scotland.
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HAIRY STONECROP Sedum villosum (Crassulaceae) Height to 15cm. Upright, unbranched biennial or perennial of damp, stony ground and stream margins. FLOWERS are 6-8mm across, pink and stalked; upright (not drooping) in bud (Jun-Aug). FRUITS are dry and splitting. LEAVES are fleshy, flat above and covered in sticky hairs; arranged spirally up stems. STATUS-Local from N England to central Scotland.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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