Sedum spurium, the Caucasian stonecrop or two-row stonecrop, is a flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae. It is an evergreen perennial plant with slender, fibrous roots and a long, creeping rhizome.
Sedum spurium is a vigorous, fast-spreading, mat-forming herbaceous succulent perennial native to the Caucasus Mountains. It produces numerous creeping, rooting stems up to 15 cm long and forms dense mats from 30-70 cm or more in diameter and 7.5 cm tall. Plants bear rounded evergreen leaves topped by rounded clusters of starry red, pink or white flowers in late summer. Like all those of the same genus, the the flowers of S. spurium have 5 petals and 5 stamens. It is a variable species in respect to size and dentation of the leaves and flower colour. It is widely cultivated and a number of cultivars are available. In flower this sedum is one of the most rewarding dwarf plants in cultivation.