This is a Stonecrop with blue-green and needle-like foliage, looking a little like Blue Spruce. But measuring in at only about 5" inches tall, you'll know right away that this is no tree. Instead, it is a reliable ground cover that is evergreen (salmon-pink when the temperature drops) and a little on the tall side. It looks light and airy and has just enough height to get noticed in a container, along a border, or by a walkway. With yellow blooms during summer, this Sedum looks terrific in spots all over the garden. Rather than looking like a mound of succulent foliage and blooms, its stems grow in a vertical manner toward the sun. It is a pretty plant that will attract pollinators.