A cute and playful sprawling succulent from Mexico. It won’t grow much over a foot tall before crippling over by it’s own weight. Easily roots from fallen leaves, and as it spreads each stem forms roots and becomes it’s own mother plant. The small jelly bean like leaves are bright blue in the shade and take on a red edge in full sun, or in drought. In the summer the soft yellow flowers pop up over the tops of the new growth. This plant is ideal for a blue, succulent, ground cover, that isn’t as invasive as the mandraliscae. We love it’s application in containers and use it as a slight trailing plant.