Wild Flowers Of Strathclyde Park


Sedum telephium
of the Stonecrops family
a perennial
25 -60 cm high
blooms July - September
likes woods and hedgrows
can be seen in the Visitor Centre wild garden

The plant is called "Livelong" in certain areas because of its powers of resistance to different kinds of difficulty such as drought, frost, and cutting back. It was once used as a fly repellant.