The label that accompanied 'Dragon's Blood Tricolor' Stonecrop, Sedum spurium read, "Fleshy leaves have bright variegation. Rosy-pink flowers.".
I found this plant in a small (3-inch) pot back in late May or early June and planted it by the driveway. It did not start to thrive until I moved it to a dryer spot in the rock area by the side walk.
It has since grown and expanded in all directions.
From The University of Arkansas: 'Tricolor' is a beautiful variegated form with white, suffused with pink variegation around the margins of the leaves. It is not as vigorous as the green-leaved forms and tends to be somewhat unstable.."
This stonecrop makes an excellent groundcover. It is obviously perfect in any rock gardens and can also be grown in outdoor containers.
It's practically maintenance-free.
Propagation is by dividing or cutting.