I received this plant unnamed, but I’m pretty sure now that it is the cultivar ‘Golden Glow’.
This is a hybrid of a Graptopetalum, probably G. paraguayense, and a Sedum, likely S. adolphi. The occasional flowers are white, like the Sedum parent, as is the yellowish leaf tints when the plant is stressed. The leaf shape is somewhat in between the two parents. The gray-green, slightly glaucous foliar color comes from Graptopetalum as does its propensity for dropping leaves at the least disturbance (and these easily root to form new plants, making it a handsome and useful ground cover as well as a nuisance pot plant, sprouting readily from all neighboring pots!).
This planting is in the mediterranean climate garden .
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