Sedum monregalense forms a low mat of green, succulent foliage that turns reddish-bronze during times of environmental stress. The dramatically whorled, branching rosettes have leaves that arrive 4 at a time. Displays white, six-pointed, star-shaped flowers on thin, multi-branched stems.
Sedums grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. They are drought tolerant, requiring little water once established.