Sedum rubrotinctum is such a cutie! It has has pale pink, fleshy jelly bean shaped leaves with small yellow flowers emerging in the winter. It's a great all rounder and is perfect for hangers, rockeries and containers.
It will grow in full sun in autumn, winter and spring but will need protection in summer as the foliage can burn in direct sun.
In the ground this plant is quite self-sufficient, once established. Water only if it hasn't rained for a few weeks.
In pots water frequently in summer, but let the soil dry out before watering again.
Pictured here in a 5cm pot, it will be posted bare-rooted.