Vascular Plants of the Gila Wilderness
Presented in Association with the
Western New Mexico University Department
of Natural Sciences
Sedum cockerelli Britton
Sedum griffithsii Rose
Sedum wootonii Britton
Sedum cockerelli is a small plant with a basal rosette of wedge shaped leaves. The leaves on the flowering stem are flat to comma shaped, but not round as they are in Sedum stelliforme. The flowers themselves can be seen to have several completely separate pistils which develop into about five separate follicles. Sedum cockerelli is usually found in a group of several plants clinging to a rocky face.
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Sedum cockerelli, photo Russ Kleinman, Burro Mtns., Deadman Canyon, Oct. 10, 2006
Sedum cockerelli, detail of inflorescence, photo Russ Kleinman, Burro Mtns., Burro Peak, Sept. 10, 2007
Sedum cockerelli, closeup of flower, photo Russ Kleinman, Pinos Altos Range, Meadow Creek, July 9, 2009
Sedum cockerelli, macro of a few minute reddish seeds remaining in open follicles, photo Russ Kleinman, Pinos Altos Range, Little Cherry Creek Ranch Road, January 10, 2010
Sedum cockerelli, 4x macro of minute reddish seeds, photo Russ Kleinman, Pinos Altos Range, Little Cherry Creek Ranch Road, January 10, 2010
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