Autumn Joy Sedum is a great plant to have in the garden, they are easy to propagate, hardy to -30 degrees, drought tolerant and when they first bloom the color is usually pink and later in the season the color turns to a burnt color. When the sedum starts to grow in the spring it’s a good idea to pinch them back so they do grow so tall and heavy. Pinching them keeps them more compact and less likely to fall down.
In the early spring when they are just starting to foliage up you can pull a stem off to the corner and usually pull out some of the roots along with the stem and plant it so you can have another plant. You can also cut a stem off, take most of the leaves off acept for a few and plant it in the ground it should take root easily and it is best to do this when the weather is a bit cool.