One of the most familiar garden perennials, yet never lacking in appeal. These form a low clump of fleshy leaves, tiny new plants appearing in a circle around the mother in the middle. This selection produces sharply pointed, silver-green leaves flushed reddish-purple at the base. This colour may vary from season to season. Short spikes of deep pink flowers in summer. Although they will grow nearly anywhere, these prefer the sort of well-drained conditions found in a sunny rock garden or wall. Worth trying in any sort of container, even an old shoe! Clumps may be divided at any time. Extremely drought tolerant once established.