I got this ground cover from my sister-in-law, Sandra. (Thanks again Sissy!) I had always admired the beautiful mass planting she had in her front yard. This showy sedum is a brilliant chartreuse in color and seems to glow it is so intense. In the summer it gets tiny yellow flowers. Towards winter the foliage tips turn reddish/orange-ish.
Colorwise, this sedum is more yellow in full sun, and more green in part-shade. I find that mine grows thicker and more dense in full sun. It only grows a few inches tall and spreads slowly. If you do want to thin it, the roots come out very easily. For an attractive, low maintenance ground cover, Sedum Angelina is a great choice. It loves to grow around rocks, and even looks nice in a planter or hanging basket.