Sedum little missy is an adorable variegated sedum groundcover that has tiny leaves that get pinker with more sun exposure.
These like more water than your typical echeveria-type succulent.
These also make a great "spiller" for arrangements.
It requires full sun and when planted in the ground it is cold hardy to -20F. All the growth above the soil dies off in winter. In spring, the plant puts out new growth multiplying each year.
Grows 4" tall. Plant 10-12" apart to give room for it to spread.
Allow for soil to fully dry between watering.
2nd & 3rd pics show color in the summer.