The leaves of Sedum pachyphyllum are arranged compactly on the trailing stem which makes a perfect landscape as a ground cover or in a hanging basket in your corridor. During mid-spring, bright yellow flowers sprout from the leaves in between them. These succulents are grown very easily and tolerates all types of conditions making it perfect to grow one in your garden.
Care Instructions For Sedum Pachyphyllum
Light: Full sun, It grows very well in summer, can take variations in climate,
Water: Water the jelly bean plant more during spring and summer, let it dry out in between waterings. Water very less during winters. And never let your jelly bean sit in water.
Soil – Plant Sedum pachyphylllum in the well-drained potting mix, or cactus mix soil.
Temperature: This succulent plant does best in hotter conditions, although it is not frost-tolerant succulent.
Propagation: Propagate the jelly bean plant by cuttings from the plant. Cut off leaves from the stem, let them dry to form a callus, and then place the cutting into the soil. Keep the potting soil moist until the cutting begins to grow.