Distinctive blue-green leaves tinged with purple make this an attractive edging plant for the sunny border. Deep pink, star-shaped flowers cover the low mounded plant in late summer, attracting butterflies and pollinators. Sedums thrive in full sun in well-drained to dry soil. They will not tolerate wet soils. Cut back if appearance gets shaggy, and new growth will emerge, or wait to cut back until spring. Use it as a groundcover, edging plant, or paired with grasses, artemesia, or stachys.