Woodland or whorled stonecrop is a spreading perennial typically found in damp locations along stream banks and stony ledges. It grows a few inches high and spreads with creeping stems. It features small, round, succulent-like leaves and clusters of tiny white, star bursts of flowers above the foliage in spring. The flowers are very attractive to pollinators in the spring, particularly the Buckeye Butterfly and the Variegated Fritillary, of which it is a host species. These are hardy little plants that are rabbit, drought, deer, and air pollution tolerant, making them a lovely, low maintenance addition to any landscape. They are commonly used in rock gardens, green roofs, and naturalized as a ground cover.