Sometimes listed as Sedum rupestre. This succulent mat forming evergreen sedum has upright stems with greyish blue leaves that resemble spruce needles. Yellow star shaped flowers rise about 6 inches above the foliage on leafy, woody stems. The flower nectar is food for ladybugs, green lacewings and other beneficial insects.
Xeriscape garden, border, Rock garden, Containers, Ground cover
Prefers well drained soil and a sunny site. Can be divided every two or three years in the spring. Cut back any winter damaged foliage in the spring.