Goldmoss Stonecrop is a small perennial succulent plant belonging to the Crassulaceae family and native to Europe. In its natural environment, it lives in various gorges, clearings, hills, and rocks with many cracks. In addition to decoration, it is used in beekeeping and folk medicine as an effective remedy against a large number of diseases.
Sedum acre can be easily identified thanks to the small and fleshy leaves of green-yellow color, which are located on thin-lying stems in several rows. The roots are very long and thin, often branched in several directions, divided into smaller roots, and located at a shallow depth, which makes the plant easy to transplant.
As for the flowers, they are yellow, appear in summer, are in numerous inflorescences, or, in rare cases, grow singly. Their shape is star-shaped, as indicated by the petals, the size is medium, and the number of stamens reaches 10.