Lanceleaf stonecrop is native to western Canada and the United States. It can be found in exposed rocky habitat in mountainous areas. The succulent leaves are green, gray-green, blue-green, or reddish-green. The flowers are star-shaped and bloom yellow-gold.
Sedum lanceolatum is the primary larval host plant for Parnassius smintheus / Rocky Mountain Apollo Butterfly. It primarily feeds on the leaves of the Sedumlanceolatum plant as larvae and on its nectar as adults.
Height: 8" ( 20 cm) with flowers
Spread: 8" (20 cm)
Flower Colour: yellow/gold
Flowering Season: August-October
Sun Exposure: Sun
Soil Type: Well drained, Sandy, Rocky
Water Needs: Low
Pollinator Attractant: Yes
Resistant To: Drought
Proudly Grown from seed at Wild Bloom Nursery, Kelowna, BC