Beautiful red leaves clustered into rosettes on red stems - they are like little red Jelly Beans. Also has the typical Sedum flowers of large starry heads in summer, golden-yellow and a nice contrast with the leaves.
Like all Sedums, its appearance will depend greatly on how it is grown - to look its best it needs full sunshine (the hotter the better) and a fairly poor, gritty soil. Small enough for (and will do well) in a stone trough or sink. About 7cm (3") high when flowering.
Another Sedum with brittle shoots that make packing the plants awkward for us - simply place any loose pieces around the plant after planting and they will root themselves without further attention.