|Forming a basal rosette with 3-6cm sharply
pointed-at-the-tip succulent leaves, Sedum erubescens sets as
long as a 10-30cm tall spike on it and makes small white flowers in
a dense cluster around it. The dark red anthers containing pollen
have the effect of giving more attractiveness to observers. S. erubescens
occurs in craggy locations and sometimes on the roof of
houses. Bloom time: September-November.