Comman name: Palmer’s Sedum (sedum palmeri)
The genus Sedum encompasses a diverse group of succulent plants, ranging from diminutive mats to 2-foot shrubby mounds. They are most often grown for their colorful, clean foliage and ease of culture.
I had a hard time identifying this plant. Is it sedum, or is it stonecrop? I finally found out! I was at the Antique Rose Emporium the other day and I saw it in a pot in one of their displays. I was thrilled they were able to help me with its name.
Palmer’s Sedum is absolutely stunning right now. This is growing in an old wheel barrow in my neighbor’s yard.