Sedum rubrotinctum ‘Mini Me’
This is a dwarf variety of the popular Jelly Bean Sedum from Mexico. This soft succulent has tiny, round leaves that spiral up its short stems. It has a lime green base with hints of red that appear with direct sunlight. It is slow-growing that works in small pots or as ground cover and like most Sedums, is a forgiving growing--very tolerant of full sun and drought!
It can be a reluctant bloomer, but can produce clusters of tiny, yellow flowers from winter to spring. It will mature up to 10" tall and 18" wide.
Current batch looks like LAST pic.