Sedum Rubrotinctum 10cm Square
Commonly known as “Jelly Bean Plants”, Sedum Rubrotinctum is an easily grown succulent that grows up to approximately 20cm in height. The name Sedum comes from the Latin sedo, meaning “I sit” because many of the species appear to grow on rocks in their native habitat.
Jelly Bean makes a beautiful, colourfull addition to a succulent dish garden. Although it looks pretty good on its own, too. Stems will eventually grow long enough to trail over the side of the container, so you can display your plant in a hanging basket if you want.
In spring, you can expect Sedum rubrotinctum to bloom with bright-yellow, star-shaped flowers. No blooms? Your plant may still be too young or not getting enough sunlight.