The botanical name of the plant is Iresine herbstii. Bright red leaves with prominent red veins are the attraction of this Brazilian plant. It also happens to adapt well to being indoors, making it a spectacular room accent.
Little Missy' is a mat-forming, succulent, evergreen perennial with loose rosettes of broadly ovate to rounded, grey-green leaves with pink-flushed, pale green margins and short stems bearing terminal clusters of pink flowers in summer. It is a delightfully delicate Sedum variety. Its tiny, variegated leaves mean that it can tolerate slightly more shade than most Sedum, but it is also not as frost hardy. It grows as a matting, ground cover up to 2" tall and come summer it is dotted with minuscule, pink blossoms.