Sedum sarmentosum – dol-namul small potted plant

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Sedum sarmentosum ( or stringy stonecrop) is eaten as a spring vegetable in Korea, and called dol-namul. It is high in vitamin C and eaten raw. It has a crisp texture and is sometimes served with with a spicy and tangy gochujang sauce. It is a hardy evergreen low growing perennial that grows on rocky or well drained soil and makes a useful creeping ground cover.

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Sedum sarmentosum ( or stringy stonecrop) is eaten as a spring vegetable in Korea, and called dol-namul. It is high in vitamin C and eaten raw. It has a crisp texture and is sometimes served with with a spicy and tangy gochujang sauce. It is a hardy evergreen low growing perennial that grows on rocky or well drained soil and makes a useful creeping ground cover.

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