Sedum spathulifolium, 3.5" pot
Plants perennial, somewhat tufted, glabrous.
Stems decumbent, becoming erect or ascending, branched, without rosettes.
Leaves opposite, rarely alternate, 2-ranked, suborbicular to obovate or oblong, subterete, ± globular, 4–9 × 4–6 mm, green or red, bases slightly clasping, tips rounded, surfaces not glaucous, shiny.
Flowering shoots erect, rarely branched, 6–10 cm; stem leaves suborbicular to obovate or oblong; dried stems 1.5–2 mm thick.
Inflorescences cymes with 5–25 flowers, 2–3-branched; branches recurved to erect; bracts similar to other leaves or elliptic to broadly lanceolate, 2–5 mm.
Flowers 5(7)-parted; sepals ovate, 2–3 × 1.5–2 mm, green, tips obtuse; petals erect basally, widely spreading from about middle, usually distinct, narrow, ~5 mm, yellow, tips acute or obtuse and with an apiculus; filaments yellow, anthers yellow.
Fruits widely spreading, fused at base, red or reddish brown to straw-colored.
photo credits: Sedum spathulifolium, Richard Droker, Flickr, (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)