Sedums, especially the larger varieties, tend to be show-offs with distinctive colors and showy blooms, making the most of their growing season from spring until frost. At that point, they die back and rest up until the weather warms up again. 'Dream Dazzler' Sunsparkler Sedum is only about eight inches tall and is often classified as a groundcover, but boy does it pack a punch of color. Fleshy leaves range in color from a deep green to purple, with irregular, shocking pink margins. Clusters of small pink flowers top this sedum in late summer into the fall, attracting bees and butterflies. Drought tolerant once established, 'Dream Dazzler' Sunsparkler Sedum does well in container planters, along borders, and as a vibrant ground cover for those sun-drenched garden spots.