This is the little Sedum sieboldii sitting in the front porch. As normal it waits till autumn to put on its show. I planted it some years ago in a very long tomb, which shows its trailing stems and pretty flowers to great advantage. For some reason this sedum is the go to plant for snails, slugs and the very large number of woodlice we have. It hails from Japan.
Next spring as the fresh growth emerges, I'll have to put the pot high up hopefully about of the reach of the gnawing creatures, and also try to take cuttings. This must be one of my favourite Sedums...well for the moment!
Last week I was given part of a friends plant which I very much admired on a previous visit. It was the finely serrated leaves with a lovely glaucous green colour. I have found that its name Sedum Pachyclados has been changed to Rhodiola pachyclados, it hails from Iran and is suitable for hot dry borders.