The coppertone sedum, is native to Mexico. It has become naturalized in Italy and the Canary Islands.


Low growing, evergreen, perennial leaves, about 2 inches long at maturity. Yellow-green in partial shade, the leaves turn rose-gold to bright coppery red in full sun. Round clusters of slightly scented white starry flowers with pink anthers appear in spring. Great choice for the rock or succulent garden or in a decorative container or hanging basket. 


  • Best grown in full sun in dry, well-drained soils. Tolerates light shade, but best color is obtained in the sun. Irrigate little to occasionally. Drought and heat tolerant once established. 

    Cut back stems and re-root when plants become too leggy. 


  • This plant comes in a 2 inch pot.

    Grows up to 8 inches tall and 2-3 ft. wide.