Sedum palmeri is a species of plant in the family Crassulaceae native to Mexico with light green leaves, becoming marked in red during winter. The plant is about 30 cm high and 40 cm wide, and forms a rounded cushion with leaves arranged in rosettes.
Sedum palmeri is a cool-greenhouse plants that produces sprays of large yellow-orange blooms that almost conceal the foliage. It is widely cultivated northern Italy, where balconies are often lined with this plant. In spring, when you look up at residential buildings, you can see row after row of bright yellow flowers of Sedum palmeri. It is probably related to Sedum obcordatum. Sedum palmeri is a small, caulescent, richly branched perennial semi-shrub with erect or reclining branches, which have at their tips small rosettes of leaves. It forms a dense mound of foliage. When not in flowers it looks like a small Echeveria.