|bees on Sedum 'Matrona'|
It's a great plant, to be sure, drought-tolerant and with multi-season interest. But flowers are short-lived, and are more bee-attracting than butterfly-attracting, as far as I've observed.
Sedum 'Matrona' is similar.
It's also a great plant, taller than 'Autumn Joy' and with attractive purplish stems and foliage.
The one in our garden in flower now is covered with bees: bumblebees, carpenter bees, sweat bees, honeybees, with only an occasional small butterfly.
|bee on Sedum|
|butterfly on Sedum|