Fleshy blue-grey leaves clustered into rosettes at the ends of the very short stems, all huddled into tight mounds. The plant is evergreen but the foliage tends to yellow a little over winter - it soon greys again in spring. White flowers appear in summer.
An easy, tidy little plant well suited to hot dry areas but it's extremely adaptable and hardy - our plants will overwinter quite happily outside in the cold and rain. Only 5cm (2") or so high.
Formerly classed as Sedum pachyclados but botanists have changed it to Rhodiola.