Sedum forum: Petrosedum ochroleucum at Col des Tempêtes, Mont Ventoux, South France

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Name: Olivier
Buizingen, Belgium
Jun 4, 2014 11:20 AM CST
Here are some pictures of Petrosedum ochroleucum taken under terrible conditions at Col des tempêtes, Mont Ventoux (Storms pass, Mount Ventoux) , 1829 meters.
Photos taken at 7am at sunrise, allowing beautiful colors. It was very cold and very strong wind. I did not stay there long!
(Sorry for my bad english ;) )

Petrosedum ochroleucum is a Crassulaceae not really rare in South France, in low or high altitude. He lives often with the beautiful and common Petrosedum sediforme

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Mount Ventoux, North face, 30 december 2013
Col des Tempêtes is just left of the summit

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Petrosedum ochroleucum, Juli 2011

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Petrosedum sediforme at Gorges d'Ubrieux, Drôme, South France (North of Mount Ventoux)
Name: Greg Colucci
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Jun 5, 2014 1:49 AM CST
Amazing photos!!! Hurray! I tip my hat to you.

Name: Bev
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Jun 6, 2014 11:38 AM CST
I agree and thanks for sharing! Smiling
Name: Lynn
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Wonderful photos. Have you added them to the ATP database? It is wonderful to see them growing in their natural habitat. Lovey dubby

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