Sedum obtusatum var. paradisum

(Denton) H. Ohba

J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 1: 889. 2007,.

Basionym: Sedum obtusatum subsp. paradisum Denton Brittonia 30: 236, fig. 2. 1978
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 8. Treatment on page 218. Mentioned on page 217.

Rosettes dense, internodes not visible. Leaf blades 10–33 mm. Flowering shoots 3–9 cm. Flowers: sepals 3.5–6 mm, apex acute to long-tapered; petals cream, 7–10 × 2.2–3 mm; anthers 0.8–1 mm.

Phenology: Flowering late spring.
Habitat: Granite outcrops
Elevation: 300-1400 m


Of conservation concern.

Variety paradisum is known from five populations in the Trinity Mountains.

Selected References


Lower Taxa