Member of the Penthoraceae family. Ditch stonecrop reaches a height of 1-2 feet tall and grows in wet locations such as ditches or marshes in the central and eastern United States. Its leaves are alternate, ovate, and slightly serrated on the edges. Flowers are small and greenish/white, and grow in cymes of outwardly curling flowering stalks. In the fall the flowers of Ditch stonecrop turn into striking reddish/pink seed capsules, each containing a number of small seeds. Blooms June-October.