‘Sorrento’ is not frost hardy, but it will thrive near a sunny window when grown in a pot with a drainage hole and gritty, well-draining soil.
Sedeveria ‘Sorrento’ (Sedum × Echeveria hybrid), pronounced ‘Sed-ever-ia Sor-rent-oh’, has bronze to coral foliage and a bright green center. Its most vibrant colors are seen when it grows in direct sun.
The leaves are faceted with distinctive, light veins.
Look for yellow blooms each summer.