Sedum ternatum
Wed, 18 May 2005 11:58:42 PDT
Dennis - it's very happy here, in my yard, in dry dappled shade.  I got it
from a friend who was using it as a groundcover around her big old black
locusts (not much will grow there), and now have big drifts under a
mulberry and facing down some rhododendrons. Perhaps you're being too kind
to yours?

Ellen Hornig
Seneca Hill Perennials
Oswego, NY
USDA zone 5

Original Message:
From: Dennis Kramb
Date: Wed, 18 May 2005 12:43:00 -0400
Subject: [pbs] Sedum ternatum

I'm going out on a limb here to see if anyone grows Sedum ternatum.  It's 
native to Eastern North America, and I can barely keep it alive in my 
garden.  I'd like to know if anyone else has it, and what are they doing to 
get it to thrive?  I just found a local population and I picked a small 
piece to try in my yard.  But I have 5+ year old examples from mail order 
nurseries that are just barely surviving still.....

Dennis in Cincinnati

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