Sedum hintonii, in bloom.

Sedum hintonii is an attractive, slow growing, mat forming succulent plant, up to 8 inches cm) tall. The leaves are small, light green.

Frithia pulchra in bloom

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Sedum tetractinum ‘Coral Reef’ makes a good groundcover, thanks to its fast growth rate. The trailing stems also make it a choice hanging plant. In milder climates such as the Pacific Northwest, it can be used on greenroofs. Image: Brent Horvath

Sedum tetractinum ‘Coral Reef’ makes a good groundcover, thanks to its fast growth rate. The trailing stems also make it a choice hanging plant. For more information about sedums, check out the new book The Plant Lover's Guide to Sedums.

Sedum Palmeri

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Dudleya insularis

Dudleya insularis

Orostachys furusei - See more at: http://worldofsucculents.com/orostachys-furusei

Orostachys furusei is a hardy little succulent with rosettes of fleshy grey-brown leaves up to 2 inch cm) wide.

Sedum Lilac Mound

Sedum is a large genus of ornamental succulent plants diverse in form, color, and hardiness. They are useful in the garden, in containers, and the plant of choice for greenroofs.

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