What is the plant
Sedum caeruleum is an annual, succulent, bushy herb, glabrous or sparsely glandular-pubescent throughout, simple or much branched from the base, erect, 5-15(-20) cm tall. The leaves are narrowly oblong and usually tinted red. It is a very distinctive species, not the least because of its attractive star-shaped, blue flowers — a colour otherwise not reported for species of sedum and altogether rare throughout the world of succulent plants, and is highly worthy of every attention that may be bestowed upon it. It is rather variable with regard to flower colour and hairiness.
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