Sedum alboroseum “medio variegatum”
Man, these look delicious. Really, they’re not. They taste terrible, and are a natural purgative, no less. That makes them somewhat deer-resistant.
They get large sprays of yellow blooms. They’re prone to powdery-mildew, and they die back in winter down to the ground. But it’s also a nice surprise when they come back because they’re so vibrant and colorful even before the blooms arrive.