Description from Prairie Moon Nursery: Wild Stonecrop emerges in early April with maroon leaves and stems creating a fun display through any remaining snow. The foliage greens up as the warmth of spring sets in. Tiny white buds line the flowering stems, bursting open into stunning little starbursts. Rich purple stamens add charming accents above each blossom. The succulent-style leaves whorl around the stems; these creep and spread over rocks, roots, and hardscape features with ease. As the plant sprawls into organic territory again, the stems put out rootlets in the soil, continuing the slow but steady ground covering process. Wild Stonecrop creates dense mats with a foamy appearance when in full bloom.
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