This cross of Sedum ‘Brilliant’ and Sedum telephium brings an exciting new form along with great bloom to the upright Stonecrop world. With a unique vase shaped habit, ‘Cloud Walker’ stands out among other uprights and its colorful foliage with hints of maroon infused into deep green leaves and stems is eyecatching. Of course, it is bloom time where this selection and other Sedums shine and ‘Cloud Walker’ will not disappoint as big, wide, expansive domes of small buds form in July and open late in the month to clouds of mauve pink flowers that last right on into September. The mauve pink blooms are hard to miss and the amount of bloom breathtaking on this plant that is a native insect and butterfly magnet from late summer through fall while songbirds treasure the dried flowers and seed heads once fall deepens. ‘Cloud Walker’ is a landscape survivor that is happy in dry, poor soils and hot sun and, although it will grow well in good garden soils with adequate moisture, it is one of the best plants you can grow for some of those rough, tough spots that wimpier plants avoid.