Valued for its blue-gray, fleshy foliage along snake-like stems which grow 6-8 inches tall and 1 ft. wide. Clusters of chartreuse yellow flowers in early spring. Useful in raised beds or rock gardens in sun to light shade. Attracts pollinators. Tolerates heat, cold, drought and deer. Beware of milky sap which can be very irritating to skin and eyes, but does make it deer resistant.