Palmer's Stonecrop is well-known for its striking, bright green leaves arranged in a rosette formation. It is a low-maintenance plant that adapts well to various growing conditions. It is a popular choice for rock gardens and xeriscaping due to its drought tolerance and ability to thrive in poor, rocky soil.
Sedum palmeri is a low-growing, succulent plant native to Mexico. Because of its small size and ability to thrive with little care, this Stonecrop is a popular choice for container gardens. In the summer, it produces small, yellow flowers and has tiny green leaves that form a compact, rosette-like shape that can become reddish when it's cold, which is how you can identify it.