Sedum japonicum ‘Senanense’ displays low, compact mats of tiny, finger-like, succulent leaves. Evergreen foliage takes on rosy tones as seasons change. Clusters of yellow star flowers in summer attract pollinators.
Adapts to a wide range of conditions and soils. Sedums grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. Drought tolerant. Rose Japanese Stonecrop requires little water once established.