Sedum varieties vary greatly from evergreen, semi-evergreen, perennial to annual, shrubs, and subshrubs. These succulent plants thrive in sun and well-drained soil. Many of the perennial ground covers will spread easily. This plant is grown for foliage rather than the flower. Many varieties are suitable for rock gardens.
Sedums, in general, have been given a fire-resistance score of 10, by Idahofirewise.org. This score means they are considered a low-ignition plant due to their high moisture content, low growth, and other characteristics. Idaho Firewise suggests 5 feet as the minimum distance from your home.
This plant is listed as beneficial to pollinators in the book, “100 Treasure Valley Pollinator Plants”. https://gardentronic.com/blog/one-hundred-treasure-valley-pollinator-plants/