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Sedeveria 'Letizia' forms colonies of upright, trunked, bright green rosettes that can develop bright red tints with stress.

Sedeveria 'Markus' has forms apple green rosettes of attractive, pointed leaves.

Sedeveria 'Pink Ruby' is a colony-forming succulent with small, green, pointed, red-tipped leaves that flush with orange-red.

xSedoro ‘Blue Elf’ is the first inter-generic hybrid between Sedum and Orostachys. It has steel-blue tufted rosettes topped with tight clusters of dark-pink flowers that attract bees.

Sedum ellacombianum 'Cutting Edge' is a mounding sedum with scalloped, spatula-shaped leaves with gold margins.

Sedum floriferum ‘Winter Mahogany’ is a creeping stonecrop with yellow flowers and green foliage that changes to burgundy red for autumn and winter.

Yellow blooms turn crimson on Sedum kamtschaticum 'Variegatum', making a pretty contrast to the cream-edged foliage.

Sedum makinoi 'Variegatum' has handsome round, light-green leaves with creamy edges.

Sedum nussbaumerianum 'Coppertone' has lance-shaped, succulent foliage on upright or trailing stems in shades of amber and glowing orange.

Sedum ochroleucum 'Red Wiggle' is an outstanding stonecrop forming multi-colour carpets of cherry red, orange-red, and green.

Sedum pachyphyllum 'Rose' forms cute, short-trunked colonies with cylindrical, powder blue leaves like elongated jelly beans.

Sedum palmeri has great evergreen rosettes of broad, rounded, blue-green foliage and very pretty clusters of yellow flowers in mid- to late summer.

Sedum perezdelarosae has blue, keel-shaped leaves in tight rosettes in branching colonies.

Sedum reflexum 'Blue Moon' is a creeping stonecrop with narrow, blue-green foliage and yellow flowers in early summer.