For a Sedum, which generally are very tough plants this one can be a bit of a blighter. The problem is its fragility, it is very fragile and you only need to gently tickle it or look at it the wrong way and leaves will fall off. Because of this very annoying habit it really needs to be positioned in a spot where it will never be disturbed or knocked and for heavens sake do not re-pot it unless absolutely necessary. Don't worry about the leaves that fall off, new leaves will take their place in time. Despite it's fragile nature is very easy to grow requiring hardly any water (a drink about once a month during the growing season at the most) and a brightly lit position. Allow the soil to dry out below the top of the pot by a few inches between watering's and you may not even need to water at all during the colder months. If you do feel the need to re-pot use a very free draining compost adding plenty of horticultural grit/ sharp sand and perlite to the mix or a ready made cactus compost.
It is said not to be cold hardy but we have had it survive short spells of down to -6c in our south coast garden. The roots must be kept absolutely dry during the winter if risking it at such low temperatures. Ours is left hanging under the wood/log porch on the side of the shed which is open sided but covered from the rain. If you don't want to risk it outside move it (very carefully and gently) indoors for the winter moving back outside for a summer holiday from late April onward's. Growing in a hanging basket outside certainly generates a lot of interest from all that see it. The trailing stems can reach up to 30 cm long and the succulent leaves are fat, fleshy and a blue/ blue green colour. Flowers can be produced during the heat of summer at the tips of the stems and are small, pink, star shaped blooms.
Sent as a young plant in a 5.5cm pot.
Please note as stated they are fragile so you will find some of the leaves and possibly one or two stems have come of in transit. Just stick any broken stems back in the pot and they will happily re-root.