Brevifolium Sedum is a tiny, slow spreading plant. It grows 2 to 3 inches high with tightly packet fleshy leaves which are less than 1/8 inch long.
Sedum Spurium has leaves that are thick, an inch or so long, dark green in shaded areas and blood red when placed in full sun. It has flowers which are rosy red in dense clusters.
Sedum Confusum has fleshy, light green leaves. It has dense cluster of yellow flowers in spring.
Anglicum sedum is a low, spreading plant that grows 2 to 4 inches tall. It has dark green, fleshy leaves that are up to 1/8 inch long. It has pinkish white spring flowers.
Sedum Brown Bean has leaves that are like jelly beans. The leaves are 3/4 inches long, green with reddish brown tips, and they often turn bronze in the sun. Its flowers are reddish yellow in spring.