A cliff-dwelling plant found in southeastern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico, and south
into Mexico. It has narrower leaves than other Sedum in southwestern NM, and
produces distinctive rosettes at the ends of sterile stems.
Plant habit at North Percha Creek on the east side of the Black Range, Sierra Co., New
Mexico, 22 Aug 2009.
A flower at North Percha Creek, 22 Aug 2009.
Fruit at North Percha Creek, 22 Aug 2009.
Vegetative rosette at the tip of a stem, North Percha Creek, 22 Aug 2009.
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