Sedum ternatum - Woodland Stonecrop
A native stonecrop for the shade, and prefers rich moist soil. Often seen growing on rocks and old logs, it is a good ground cover for your shade garden. Has white flowers that appear in the spring and reaches a height of about 4-6 inches, while the foliage remains close to the ground. It is native to the eastern half of the US from Maine to Georgia and west to Missouri and Arkansas.
Shade, Moist Soil, Spring, 2 – 6” Tall, Zones 4-8