A first class plant for a sunny site. A clump of nicely variegated foliage - large spoon-shaped leaves with golden margins - and large heads of golden flowers in summer. After the flowers fade they are followed by nice, red seed capsules giving further interest over a long period.
It will die back to resting buds for the winter and slowly sprout again in spring. About 15cm (6") high.
Another Sedum with an unfeasibly long name. I'll spare you the full details this time.