Succulents are noted for their adaptability, ease of care and wondrous forms and tones. Turquoise tails blue sedum is a cultivar that provides all these traits with deer and rabbit resistance and drought tolerance. What is turquoise tails sedum (Sedum sediforme)? It is a past Plant Select Waterwise winner with years of landscaping excellence ahead of the sedum. As a Mediterranean plant, it is suitable for climates with hot, sunny summers and cool winters. There is very little to learn about how to grow turquoise tails sedum. This species is pretty much ready to plant and enjoy. The plant only grows 4 to 6 inches tall with a 12-inch spread, but it’s hardly a shy little beauty. This sedum produces spikes of layered thick pad-like foliage with attractive blue-green coloring. The thick leaves are a feature of many succulents, where moisture is stored for periods of drought. In May to June the plant will flower, bearing sweet little clusters of starry yellow flowers. Over time, the plant mounds on itself in a dense clump of the plump leaves. Turquoise tails blue sedum is un-matchless for low maintenance and remarkable versatility.