Originating in Arizona USA on rocky slopes, this little character has some unique features. It grows from a basal rosette, with the stems bearing gradually smaller and smaller leaves.
Eventually, the blooms emerge at the top of the stems, in a cluster of white starry flowers in summer.
The plant reaches a grand height of 8-12cm, (3-6") with a spread of about the same.
dry, well drained soil, and really dislikes wet soil in the winter, so
keep this one planted in areas that don’t accumulate any moisture. It grows especially well in crevices and between large rocks, to protect the soft fleshy growth from animals browsing on it.
One of the very best of all xeric plants to use in your xeriscaping is Sedum - with over 40 different species and varieties from tiny and special types for hypertufa pinch pots, to some of the boldest and hardiest Sedum for Borders, there's ample choice...