Stonecrops are already a special type of ground cover, and Sedum spurium John Creech, Ground Cover is one of our favorites due to its easy-growing, quick-spreading nature. The leaves of this succulent plant are small and scalloped, with a delicate look and a strong personality. As the months change, so do the colors, as the foliage and stems turn a deep burgundy in the fall, and small pink flowers bloom during the warmer months. Consider this ground cover plant for rock gardens, edging, walls, and even pots or other containers. It will grow to a height of about 2-inches tall.