Sedum rubrotinctum

Sedum rubrotinctum or Sedum × rubrotinctum, and commonly known as jelly- beans, jelly bean plant, or pork and beans. It is a species of Sedum from the Crassulaceae family of plants. Nicknamed for its short leaves that resemble jelly beans, especially when taking on a protective hue.

The plant was named officially as a . Similar growth habits to the Burrito but turns a lovely red on the tips with exposure to heat or cold.

One order = one plant in 2. With leaves resembling jelly beans, award-winner Sedum x rubrotinctum is a low growing, evergreen perennial with chubby leaves, about in. Red at the tips with exposure to heat or col the leaves turn alm. Intro: The jelly bean plant, also called pork and beans, is an interesting succulent plant that displays jelly beanlike leaves.

In the summertime its leaves change from green to bright re and it bears yellow flowers in the . Great choice for rock gardens or in pots. Likes afternoon shade and deep infrequent water.

Fertilize sparingly with Dr. This is an evergreen, succulent perennial with sprawling, leaning stems, up to inches (cm) tall. The leaves are jelly bean shape 0. Light Requirements, Full Sun. Mature Height, 6-tall. Bloom Time, Mid to Late Summer.

Planting Depth, Crown of plant should rest just at or above the soil surface after watering in. This species from the Sedum genus is easily confused with the Jelly beans plant. The main difference between these two plants is the Christmas cheer leaves will turn red when given enough sunlight. Notify me when product is in stock.

A silly common name for this colorful and useful filler plant for succulent gardens, containers, vertical gardens and wreaths. Small chubby cylindrical medium green leaves take on orange red tones when temperatures are on the . Common name, Jelly bean plant. Clausen › Sedum rubrotintum.

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Jelly Bean Plant ( Sedum × rubrotinctum ).