5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Pink Jelly Bean Plant Overview
The succulent, evergreen cultivar Sedum x rubrotinctum 'Aurora' is a perennial plant with a mat-forming habit. Commonly known as Pink Jelly Bean or Pink Stonecrop after the shape and colour of its leaves. It is a cultivar developed from the hybrid plant Sedum x rubrotinctum. It's chubby, rounded jellybean-shaped leaves have beautiful colouring, they can be soft green, pink or cream in colour, dependent on sun exposure. In spring it may produce small, starry, yellow flowers. It is commonly cultivated as an ornamental plant and does well when grown in a container. It is also a popular houseplant, grown for its attractive succulent, pink leaves.
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A low maintenance plant that suits being grown indoors as an attractive & fun addition to a house plant display. It can equally be grown outdoors in gravel and Mediterranean gardens as ground cover as it is drought tolerant once established.