Sedum hernandezii is a member of the Crassulaceae family and is native to Mexico and Guatemala. The plant has a unique appearance with tiny, plump leaves that form a delicate rosette. The light green leaves have a slightly powdery texture and form small intricate rosettes. The plant will readily offset and produces small, star-shaped yellow flowers in the summer months that attract pollinators.
Plant in full sun or part shade and water when the soil has completely dried out.