Native to the eastern U.S. this sedum spreads or trails on stems 8 to 10 inches long with clusters of dusky pink flowers on the end of each stem late summer, fall. Likes light shade and low water, it needs good drainage and can grow in sandy soils. Good for a dry border, in a rock garden. Attracts butterflies.
Sedum x 'Bertram Anderson'
Bertram Anderson sedum