A common Graptosedum, Bronze Delight (also known as Vera Higgins) is a fairly easy going succulent. It is a hybrid, a cross between Graptopetalum Paraguayensis and Sedum Stahlii.
I have not encountered many pests or fungal issues, its only downfall is it can become a little leggy over time. As it is actively growing in the cooler months you can start taking cuttings early autumn for propagation. It has a lovely bronze/brown colour and when stressed the tips of the leaves can turn red.
Bronze Delight can be a great ‘filler’ for any garden or potted arrangement. They happily live in low quality soil as long as it is free draining and it receives at least 5 hours of direct sun per day to look its best.