Wall-pepper: Sedum Acre
Thegenus includes about 400 species of usually succulent, evergreen or deciduous and , , sub-shrubs and shrubs. Most species are native to the mountainous regions of the northern hemisphere.
Wall-pepper is a typical representative of the, evergreen, frost-hardy species. The fleshy leaves form a mat 10 cm (4 in) high, covered in summer with yellow, star-shaped flowers. Wall-pepper is an ideal rockery plant and it grows best in sandy, well-drained in a sunny, dry position. It tolerates periods of drought better than excessive moisture.
It self-seeds very easily but can also be propagated by division in spring.
If consumed, wall-pepper can cause slight nausea.