Also known as October Daphne, this semi-deciduous succulent originated in Japan and was named after German researcher Franz Philippe von Siebold, who studied Japanese botany in the 1800s. The scalloped foliage is edged in pink and becomes more vibrant as the seasons move from summer into autumn.
Suitable for dry gardens, this drought tolerant succulent thrives in a free-draining soil and is intolerant of water-logging. Prune after flowering in winter. Semi-evergreen to evergreen in warm climates.