This yellow-leaved sedum is a very dense, mat-forming groundcover. Its spiky leaves often have ginger-brown tips in spring with clusters of star-shaped, yellow flowers held above during the heat of the summer. As the temperatures begin to cool in the fall, the leaves change to a reddish-orange. A great plant for dry, sunny areas. It is drought tolerant once established. This plant can be used effectively to drape over walls or in containers.