This charming pale blue sedum hails from alpine regions of Mexico and is cold hardy down to 10 degrees F. It forms 6” wide rosettes of knobby succulent leaves, each 1” spatulate 'toe' tipped in rosy pink. Over time, lax rosettes can form one foot long stems. Occasionally, small, star-shaped yellow flowers favored by hummingbirds appear on 6” tall stems. With its shiny pork and beans leaves and silvery-blue color, this sedum is best put in a container and placed where its beauty can be shown to best effect. Very drought tolerant and easy to grow, this stonecrop makes itself at home in a dry garden bed, as a cascading succulent in a hanging basket or when adding charm to a mixed succulent bed. Pups can be detached to start new specimens. Plant in full sun in fast draining soil. Deer resistant.