Sedum lydium: fresh green leaves that turn red when planted and full sun, flowers few (not too accurate right?) with white petals and red carpels, a native of Armenia to Turkey, moisture tolerant...
Sedum ternatum: Its white flowers in the shape of stars emerge in spring and summer and have an attractive green foliage with hints of pink, grows about 15 inches tall and spreads laterally, prefers shade and supports low temperatures originates from the eastern Appalachian USA .
Sedum divergens var. minus: one of the most compact of the species, native to the Pacific Northwest United States, with round, glossy green leaves, yellow flowers in summer, humidity tolerant.
Sedum dasyphyllum : forms a very dense gray carpet, pink flowers with buttons...its little rosettes are sooo tiny !