Sedum, sometimes known by it's common name of Stonecrop, is an amazingly diverse genus. There are short stubby ones, tall robust types, and everything in between. This gallery is a collection of pictures to illustrate just how many different ones there are:
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Growing Sedum in their favorite place in full sun, in a well drained raised rock wall. They thrive in the sandy soil mixed with a tiny amount of steer manure. Top with some lava rock for mulch, and away they go.