Tokyo Sun is a small decorative groundcover succulent that belongs to the Crassulaceae family and originates from subtropical regions where warm climates prevail. Thanks to its attractive appearance and simple care, it has become popular in many countries, where it fits perfectly as an element of decor. It is worth adding that under ideal conditions, a succulent can live up to 10 years and grow slowly, thereby creating an interesting display.
Sedum japonicum can be easily identified thanks to the bright yellow leaves that get their color from the sun's rays. A characteristic feature of the leaves is that they acquire a light green color after the sun becomes less and also actively adhere to the ground.
Numerical yellow flowers appear in summer, cover the entire area of the succulent, and also have a star-shaped shape. In terms of size, Tokyo Sun grows up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) tall and 8 inches (20 cm) wide but may taper off a bit as it matures.