Flower NameCape Blanco
Formal NameSedum spathulifolium ssp.pruinosum
HabitatCentral America and the western United States
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.
SpeciesS. spathulifolium ssp.pruinosum
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
Flowering placeAlpine Botanic garden Overseas Pot flower
SeasonMar Apr May Jun
Height3 ~ 6 [cm]
Diameter0.3 ~ 0.5