Can someone please help me ID this little fella I picked up from a garage sale this week. The grower has all her plants outside all year round and it's winter here so the colouring might be extreme given the low temperatures (equiv USDA hardiness zone 9a/b) and high mean sun hours (yearly mean is 2000-2200 sun hours).
I should also explain that I am a bit of a noob when it comes to succulents having only started my collection 3 months ago and have about 130 different types. My focus is on identifying the plants to ensure the best conditions for them outside.
The plant in question is about 5cm tall and I think it might be a sedum and may sprawl along the ground as it grows ( I saw an unnamed picture of something very similar here: https://www.gardenandhome.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Succulents-759x500.jpg)
Thank you in advance for your help.
SOLVED: Succulent ID help please.
I think it could be Sedum Stahlii Solms a.k.a Mexican Sedum, Coral Bells/Beads