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se·dum / ˈsēdəm/ • n. a widely distributed fleshy-leaved plant (genus Sedum) of the stonecrop family, with small star-shaped yellow, pink, or white flowers, grown as an ornamental.

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sedum

sedum (bot.) genus the British species of which are known as stonecrop. XV (cedum). — L.

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Sedum

Sedum (stonecrops) See CRASSULACEAE.

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sedum

sedum: see stonecrop.

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