Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora' is a colorful, waterwise succulent with a unique low cascading habit works well in rock gardens or tucked into stone walls and pathways. Plump, fleshy, glossy green leaves with a dark pink tinge add texture and contrast.
Sedum plants come in a wide variety of heights, colors, and forms. Showy Stonecrop, the taller plants in the genus Sedum, are popular garden plants that are extremely easy to grow. Although lovely, sedums are often taken for granted in the garden, partly because they don’t bloom until the fall, but also because they require so little care from the gardener. The thick leaves of these succulent plants are able to withstand both drought and rainy weather. The flower buds form early and remain attractive well in winter. If the deer didn’t eat them, Sedum would be a perfect plant.