Sedum makinoi "Ogon"
You can spot this spectacular Japanese woodland Sedum a mile away. Only growing to about two inches high, "Ogon", with its brilliant gold succulent leaves, is ideal for walkways, rock walls, rock gardens, and spilling out of containers. This showy, mat-forming Sedum does better with a little shade in the day and is drought tolerant - please be vigilant about over watering. There are brilliant yellow, start-shaped flowers, but they are almost an afterthought and hardly noticeable against the bright foliage. Well-drained soil, partial sun, in Zones 6-9 Note: This Sedum has not proven to be consistently winter hardy in my Zone 6b. It all depends on the winter, I think. You might want to take some inside to over winter if in doubt. It's just too pretty to lose. Quarts.