This is growing out of a gutter coming off the house- it looks like some kind of succulent, and I'm thinking of transplanting it into a pot... any ideas on what it might be? I was worried it might not survive the recent cold weather, but it seems to be flourishing up there!
Although this variety seems to often have a red or pinkish tinge to it, while the one growing out of our gutter is completely green. One site I found said "Do not keep Sedum rubrotinctum outside in freezing temperatures."
It's been out there throughout all the snow and sub-zero temps we've had, and it's in a very exposed location- it doesn't seem to have harmed it any. I'll get it down and put it in a well-draining pot before the starlings start digging around up there for bedding moss for their nests. I do wonder how it ended up growing in such a strange location.