Photos of Penthorum-sedoides-~-ditch-stonecrop

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Penthorum sedoides ~ ditch stonecrop



  • OBL

  • Michigan C Value: 3

  • branches of inflorescence are glandular–pubescent

  • alternate leaves with small teeth

  • red stripe/dot, so can identify throughout growing season

  • turns rosy color

  • cluster of seed (5–pointed)

  • no petals on flowers

  • 10 yellow stamens

  • lots of flowers present

  • ovary 5–parted

  • every place that a leaf is attached there is a deep red color

  • as the plant gets older, the entire stem gets redder

  • native

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