Flower Database

Cape Blanco

Basic information
Flower Name
Cape Blanco
Formal Name
Sedum spathulifolium ssp.pruinosum
Alias
Cape Blanco
Habitat
Central America and the western United States
Morph
succulent plant
Comment
Cape Blanco or shirayuki misevaya (scientific name: Sedum spathulifolium ssp. pruinosum) is a native of Central America and the western United States, and is a succulent plant in the genus Sedum in the familyCrassulaceae. It is a non-heat-tolerant crawling perennial and alpine plant. It grows in clusters and spreads out horizontally with a long liner. The leaves are silvery-white in color, as if they were covered in snow. It produces many yellowish star-shaped flowers in spring to early summer.
Common name:Cape Blanco, Scientific name: Sedum spathulifolium ssp. pruinosum, Aka: Sedum, Sedum spaslifolium , Place of origin: Central America, western United States, Living type: cold-tolerant perennials, Grass height: 3 to 6 cm, Inflorescence: umbrella and pinnacle, Flowering season: March to June.
Detailed information
Order
Saxifragales
Family
Crassulaceae
Genus
Sedum
Species
S. spathulifolium ssp.pruinosum
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Umbel
Petal shape
5petals
Leaf type
Spatulate/Spathulate
Leaf edge
Entire Fringe
Flowering place
Alpine Botanic garden Overseas Pot flower
Color
Yellow
Season
Mar Apr May Jun
Height
3  ~ 6  [cm]
Diameter
0.3  ~ 0.5