First listed by Glasshouse Works in 1988, it’s a species native to eastern Mexico. It’s a smaller, thicker version of Sedum edeveria.
It’s most common use by gardeners is in hanging baskets.
Protect from cold, it prefers temperatures ~ 70’F, anything lower than 45’F will damage or kill plant
Sun to light shade, minimum 4 hours of direct sun daily
Keep damp in growing season, drier in winter
Dropped leaves or yellowing leaves appear if the plant isn’t getting enough light
Tiny red flowers will appear on end of tails
Propagation by cuttings or leaves placed in damp soil and moderate sun. As new growth appears gently cut back on watering and give the plant more sun.