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Clump forming, upright, fleshy, pale green leaves that have highly serrated edges that look like the jaws of a shark. Especially pronounced when the plant is emerging in spring in a mound of serrated ferociousness! Large heads of bright pink flowers in late summer. Upright stonecrops are useful nearly year round: mounds of succulent new growth in early spring, structural upright clumps through summer, heads of showy flower heads in late summer and fall, and dried flower stems in winter.