Sedum sieboldii "October Daphne"
This most interesting and attractive Sedum changes color with the seasons: its scalloped, succulent leaves, arranged in groups of three, begin as blue/gray, sometimes with rosy margins, and with colder weather, turn a lovely bronze/rose color. This clump-forming Sedum has rosy, star-shaped flowers, but the succulent leaves are what I likek most. Even though October Daphne is completely cold hardy, it does die back in the winter. This colorful Sedum likes dry, well-drained soil and full sun (with a little dappled shade in hot areas). Zones 3-9.