any fleshy plant belonging to the genus Sedum, of the stonecrop family, usually having small, overlapping leaves and yellow, white, or pink flowers.
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How to use sedum in a sentence
Cruz de Carvalho created a green sedum and moss roof on the University of Lisbon campus.
One reason is that the sedum plants tend to spread and cover the entire surface of the test bed.Changing climates can take cooling tips from warm regions | Sharon Oosthoek | October 8, 2020 | Science News For Students
Our two species of native orpine, sedum ternatum and S. telephioides, are never troublesome as weeds.A Year in the Fields | John Burroughs
Or′pine, Or′pin, a deep-yellow colour: the sedum Telephium, a popular vulnerary.
The Water sedum (Tilla aquatica) proved no less plentiful by the sides of the roads.Lachesis Lapponica | Carl von Linn
British Dictionary definitions for sedum
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