Or′pine, Or′pin, a deep-yellow colour: the sedum Telephium, a popular vulnerary.
sedum three or four species, exclusive of Sedoides foliis deltoides sphathulatis, and a Stapelioid Asclepias, are to be found.
Like most of the sedum tribe it may readily be propagated by cuttings, or parting its roots in autumn.
I don't believe she knows the difference between a saxifrage and a sedum; and you can't trust to servants.
sedum, Fig. 222, has the pistils and all the other parts free from such combination.
sedum fabaria , is a fine autumnal flowering plant, which must not be forgotten.
Our two species of native orpine, sedum ternatum and S. telephioides, are never troublesome as weeds.
mid-15c., from Latin sedum "houseleek."