This mat-forming ground cover will look like a rich red and burgundy carpet, with green undertones and lower leaves of green. You will know right away that this is stonecrop when you see its succulent stems and plump but small-scale leaves. Stems grow low to the ground and multiply quickly to form a soft and colorful mat. As if the colorful foliage were not enough, that rich carpet will light up in rose-pink flowers in late spring through summer. Deep red foliage becomes purple with cool fall temperatures. Over winter, lower foliage drops while the tips of the plant keep hold and stay evergreen (or burgundy-purple, in this case). And with few diseases or garden pests that can harm it, this low-maintenance stonecrop is a delight that has great staying power. Yes, this ground cover with ‘Voodoo’ in its name is sure to work its magic on you, too.