A tough variegated plant with small, variegated, fleshy leaves are green in the centre and edged with white and pink. The flowers are tiny, star-shaped, light pink and borne in clusters in summer.
Very drought tolerant.
Excellent for the edge of a border, rockery or to hang over a wall. Sedums are happiest in dry soil, in a sunny position. Can even be used as a grass substitute for a lawn.
Common name: Stonecrop
Syn: Phedimus spurius 'Tricolor'