Sedum spp.

  • young leaves and shoots are edible raw.

  • older plants may be bitter.

  • rhizome can be boiled and eaten.

  • varieties in the Pacific Northwest include Lance-leaved stonecrop (Sedum lanceolatum) and Spreading stonecrop (Sedum divergens).

  • grows in dry, rocky areas in subalpine and alpine regions.

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