Sedum x rubrotinctum


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Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora' (Pink Jelly Bean)

Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora' (Pink Jelly Bean), also known as Sedum x rubrotinctum 'Aurora', is a low-growing succulent with striking…


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6 x Rooted Succulent Jelly Bean Sedum Rubrotinctum Leaf Cutting Succulent

6 x Succulents "Jelly Beans" Sedum Rubrotinctum unrooted Leaf Cuttings, The second photo shows the mother plant,

An easy care succulent Sedum x Rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’ with striking, jellybean shaped, pink leaves that fade into pale green and white shades giving it the common name of Jellybean Plant,You will receive 5 x single leaf cuttings similar to that shown and the last photo shows the parent plant,

Care instructions: Plant in free draining soil such as cactus mix or 3:1 potting soil to horticultural grit, Water and leave until soil dries out before next watering,This is a tender indoor plant that likes partial shade to full sunlight,

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6 x Rooted Succulent Jelly Bean Sedum Rubrotinctum Leaf Cutting Succulent


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Jelly Bean (Sedum rubrotinctum) (Clausen): A long-time favorite soft sedum from Mexico. This stemmed grower has round, fleshy leaves that spiral up its stem. It varies in color from green to red, with the brightest pigments showing when it's grown in bright sunlight. It makes a wonderfully colorful accent in potted arrangements.

Please Note: S. rubrontinctinum has naturally fragile leaves that can fall off readily, particularly in transit.

Jelly Bean is an excellent grower as long as it is not left in heavy, moist soil. It is exceptionally tolerant of full sun and drought, but it does need protection from frost. Fortunately, Jelly Bean can easily overwinter indoors if it is in a container with a drainage hole and has gritty, well-draining soil. Water deeply, but only when the soil is completely dry.

Over time, Jelly Bean will form prolific clumps and the stems will become long enough to gently cascade from containers. In spring, it produces clusters of tiny, yellow flowers that attract pollinators. This variety can drop leaves readily, but it is also one of the easiest to propagate. It will readily grow roots from both stem cuttings and leaves.


Guide to Sedum Rubrotinctum: How to Grow & Care for “Jelly Bean Plants”

Sedum Rubrotinctum is a cute-looking succulent native to Mexico that belongs to the Crassulaceae family. It is a versatile and easy-to-care-for ornamental plant that thrives in outdoor gardens and indoor containers.

Also known as Jelly Bean Plants, Pork and Beans, and Christmas Cheer, or Banana Cactus, Sedum Rubrotinctum is a hybrid plant that resulted from cross-pollinating Sedum Stahili and Sedum Pachyphyllum.

Most succulent lovers have at least one Sedum Rubrotinctum in their collection because it is a plant that tolerates almost any environment and any type of soil as long as it gets good drainage and it’s very easy to propagate.

Like most succulents, Jelly Bean plants thrive in summer as they love full sun and drought. They are not frost-tolerant and need protection during the cold winter months.

Sedum Rubrotinctum succulents are mildly toxic for cats and dogs, so make sure you keep it within a safe distance from your furry babies.

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Sedum x rubrotinctum - garden

What a great surprise that these aren't mush! If they make it through the rest of winter, you'll have tons of them!

I wish I had a nice crystal ball that could tell me how much winter there is left to come.

Glad to see it hasn't turned mush for you. I wonder if this is the same sedum we have on one of our dishes? Most have turned apart from a little cluster. Not sure how that will fare now being covered with snow for the past few days.

You never know how plants will react to snow cover do you? Hopefully it will have acted like insulation.

That has always been a favourite of mine! I definitely see why its a fav. And hopefully things will continue mild enough that it will overwinter just fine :)

I'm hoping we've just been through the worst of it (which wasn't really bad at all was it?). dare I dream?

I have some in a strawberry pot, where they're very happy. I'll have to try them elsewhere - they look like they'd be a good filler succulent for mixed pots.

Yes they definitely are. and it sounds like you've got plenty of material to work with if they're filling a strawberry pot.

I love the reddish color, and have planted it many times. which should tell you something about my success rate. Guess I'll keep trying.

I had found this plant in masses in the ridges of cobble-stone on an abandoned station here in Berlin, Germany. I took a small sample home and forgot to plant, it just lay there on my balcony where it soon became very active. I didn't have a clue what plant this is, so I was flabbergasted when I saw it today in Aldi, and it had a label.

It's been on my balcony on rare cement with crumbs of soil from the other pots, and this year I was rewarded with a carpet of the most delicate pink flowers.

I never bothered to bring it inside in winter, with last winter being a bit fresh with temperatures dropping down to -20°C below freezing with winds from the east. I've been wondering if it has some sort of medicinal properties. It just looks as if it might have. It also looks poisonous.

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