Sedum Sexangulare is a hardy, creeping Sedum. This species forms a low carpet of compact, evergreen needle like leaves that are displayed year round. Summer unveils stems of tiny bright yellow, star shaped flowers held into the air in bunches. Flowering runs into autumn and after this the leaves darken, turning bronze to green in winter. This succulent stonecrop plant enjoys full sun and free draining soil, the plant will generally flourish provided with these conditions.
Due to its tolerance of drought conditions, like most Stonecrops, this species does well planted in rock gardens, containers and wall crevices.