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Allegheny Stonecrop
Scientific Name: Hylotelephium telephioides (L.) H. Ohba
Synonym: Sedum telephioides, Anacampseros telephioides
Family: Crassulaceae
Allegheny Stonecrop (Hylotelephium  telephioides)
Sedum telephioides, Britton, N.L., and A. Brown. 1913. Illustrated flora of the northern states and Canada. Vol. 2: 207.
Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: All zones
USDA: 7-9

Sun Exposure: Full sun to shade

Origin: Eastern North America, from western New York, to Georgia, at high to moderate elevations

Growth Habits: Perennial, deciduous erect stems, 6 to 12 inches tall (15-30 cm); leaves oblong or oval, entire or sparingly toothed

Watering Needs: Regular water

Propagation: Divisions, tip cuttings, seeds

Blooming Habits:
Flowers in compact cymes with flesh colored petals in late summer.

Fruiting Habits:

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