Description: Sedum lucidum is a hairless perennial succulent shrub to 20 cm high and has distinctive rosettes of very fat, lustrous, green leaves edged in red in bright light. The other thick-leaved species of Sedum of the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt have leaves which are glaucous or dull green. It produces pretty little white flowers in winter.
Sedum lucidum “obesum”: This is a selected form with fatter, rounder, glossy green leaves that take on an awesome cherry-red colour in full sun. It is a compact very smooth and shining succulent form. The plant for sale is about half this size