What is the plant
Succulent growers love the sedum jelly bean plant. Colorful chubby, little red-tipped leaves that look like jelly beans make it a favorite. It is sometimes called pork-n-beans because the leaves sometimes turn bronze in summer.
Jelly bean plant facts indicate this plant is a cross of Sedum pachyphyllum and Sedum stahlii. As such, it’s another candidate for neglect and does best without too much attention. Six-to eight-inch (15-20 cm) stems grow upward and lean when leaves weigh it down. Small yellow flowers appear abundantly in winter to spring during the early years of growth. Other common names are Pork and Beans and Christmas Cheer.
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