Sedum rubrotinctum Pork and Beans - Succulent Plant

It is a succulent plant originating in Mexico. It is a species of Sedum from the Crassulaceae family of plants.
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1Sedum rubrotinctum Pork and Beans - Succulent Plant
23 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

About Sedum rubrotinctum Pork and Beans

Grow in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Prefers a dryish, sandy soil. Good soil drainage is essential for the plant, particularly in winter where moist to wet soils can be fatal. Avoid overwatering. Good tolerance to drought and heat.

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Plant Specifications

Plant Height3 inch (8 cm)
Plant Spread 3 inch (8 cm)
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name Jelly bean plant, pork and beans
Maximum Reachable Height 0.25 to 1 feet
Flower Colour Pink
Bloom Time June to Septembe
Difficulty Level Easy to grow

Planting and care

  • Be careful when touching this succulent plant, as it can irritate the skin of people. Make sure that no pets or children eat this plant. Jellybean plant leaves are delicate and can fall off easily.
  • Also make sure that no pets or children eat this plant. Jelly bean plant leaves are delicate and can fall off easily. Prepare your outdoor planting site in full sun by digging out a hole twice as big as the root area of the sedum to be planted or prepare for container growing by thoroughly washing the pot in hot soapy water.
  • Mix 3 parts sand with 2 parts garden or potting soil, 2 parts compost, 1 part charcoal and one-half part crushed eggshell. Fill the garden hole or the container with this mixture and water lightly. Allow to settle, then top off the hole or container.
  • Plant the sedum plant just to the root line in the soil mix. Let a leaf cutting dry out before planting if you are propagating a new sedum; stick the cutting about an inch into the soil and keep it uniformly moist until signs of new growth appear.
  • Place container-grown S. rubrotinctum in a south- or west-facing full-sun location and bring it inside when night temperatures fall below 40 degrees.
  • Divide your S. rubrotinctum every three to five years, replacing the soil mix with a fresh batch each time to preclude excessive build-up of soil salts.
  • Spray as needed with insecticidal soap or neem oil to control aphids, which are the chief plant pest for S. rubrotinctum when grown indoors.

    Sedum rubrotinctum Pork and Beans care

    The jelly bean plant, also called pork and beans, is an interesting succulent plant that displays jelly bean-like leaves. In the summertime, its leaves change from green to bright red, and it bears yellow flowers in the springtime.

    Sunlight Full Sun
    Watering Medium
    Soil Well-drained soil
    Temperature 26 degrees F
    Fertilizer Apply any organic fertilizer

    Sedum rubrotinctum Pork and Beans special feature

    Fertilize in the spring and summer once a month with a cactus.

    Sedum rubrotinctum Pork and Beans uses

    Ornamental Use:

    • The plant is used for an ornamental purpose

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    How to plant Sedum cuttings?

    Snip off a 2-5" piece of the sedum plant Plant the cutting into soil that has good drainage Keep the newly planted cutting moist (water it like you would water petunias or another annual) After a couple weeks it's roots will take hold and begin to develop

    How to trim Sedum plants?

    Some of the creeping or trailing smaller varieties may get rangy. You can remove the stems with clippers or pruners or simply pinch them off. The jointed stems of some sedum will simply pull right off and can be planted for new plants if you wish. For taller species, cut them back in May to early June for a bushier plant. This will delay flowering but will form a more compact succulent. Remove stems by ½ to force horizontal growth. Be careful not to damage side buds and remove only the vertical, taller plant material.

    Do Sedum plants attract bees?

    No, Sedum plants dont attract bees

    Where to plant Sedum autumn joy?

    You can grow Sedum autumn joy where enough amount of direct or indirect bright light is available.

    When to trim Sedum plants?

    You can cut the sedum back in winter as soon as the flowers fade or any time after that until you see green peeping from the ground in spring.

    Do Sedum plants attract flies?

    No, Sedum plants dont attract flies

    What eats Sedum plants?

    Deer and squirrel have been known to feed on the tender new shoots of the sedum plant.

    Can Sedum plants be divided?

    Yes, Sedum plants Can be divided.

    When to transplant Sedum plants?

    Since many sedum die back in cooler climates, it can be hard to establish where the plant is until new growth arrives in early spring. That is the best time to separate the plants. Dividing the plants can increase blooms and enhance plant health.

    Can Sedum be planted in containers?

    Yes, Sedum Can be planted in containers

    How to plant Sedum seeds?

    Use small pots or flats and sterile starter mix. Pre-moisten the starter mix and sow 5 - 7 Stonecrop seeds per container. The Sedum seeds are exceptionally small, so only press the ground cover seed into the moistened soil, and do not cover the seed. Keep the seeds moist but not saturated until they germinate

    Should Sedum plants be cut back in the fall?

    No, Sedum plants cant not cut back in the fall

    How to plant Sedum?

    Light: Sedum (or 'stone crop flower') do best in full to partial sunlight. Soil: Sedums like very well-drained soil with a neutral to slightly alkaline pH. Spacing: Space tall-growing sedums 1 to 2 feet apart. Planting: Plant sedums in spring after danger of frost has passed.

    Are Sedum plants perennial?

    Yes, Sedum plants are perennial

    Types of Sedum plants?

    Sedum humifusum, Sedum Blue Spruce, Sedum Dragon’s Blood, Sedum Autumn Joy, Sedum pallidum, Sedum brilliant, Sedum Purple Emperor etc.

    Can you divide Sedum plants?

    Yes, you can divide Sedum plant by planting it cuttings

    What does Sedum plant look like?

    Sedum is a perennial succulent plant with thick, succulent leaves, fleshy stems, and clusters of star-shaped flowers

    How to divide Sedum plants?

    The jointed stems of some sedum will simply pull right off and can be planted for new plants

    Does Sedum need to be cut back in the fall?

    No, Sedum don't need to be cut back in the fall

    Are Sedum plants evergreen?

    Yes, Sedum plants are evergreen

    All types of Sedum plants?

    Sedum humifusum, Sedum Blue Spruce, Sedum Dragon’s Blood, Sedum Autumn Joy, Sedum pallidum, Sedum brilliant, Sedum Purple Emperor etc.

    When to plant Sedum autumn joy?

    Plant sedums in spring after danger of frost has passed.

    Where to plant Sedum tiles?

    You can grow Sedum tiles where enough amount of direct or indirect bright light is available.

    Is Sedum plant poisonous?

    Sedum is generally non-toxic to pets and humans.

    Can you plant Sedum in the fall?

    Plant seeds in the early spring or transplant sedum in the fall

    Should I plant Sedum?

    Yes, you plant Sedum as a container plant.

    Dividing Sedum plants?

    All sedum plants are generally dividing.

    Do Sedum plants need full sun?

    Yes, Sedum plants need full sun but they can tolerate partial light also

    Can you plant Sedum in the shade?

    Yes you can plant Sedum in shade also where indirect bright light is available.

    Is Sedum plant deer resistant?

    No, the Sedum plant is not deer resistant because Deer and squirrel have been known to feed on the tender new shoots of the sedum plant.

    Do Sedum plants spread?

    Yes, Sedum plants spread.

    When to plant Sedum seeds?

    Plant Sedum seeds in the early spring

    Why is my Sedum plant turning brown?

    Leaf blotch, also called gray mold (Botrytis spp.), and powdery mildew (Erysiphe cichoracearum) are foliar diseases that cause sedum leaves to turn brown

    Are Sedum plants succulents?

    Yes Sedum plants are succulents

    When do Sedum plants bloom?

    Sedums flower any time from early summer through late fall.

    Where to plant Sedum stonecrop?

    Plant Sedum stonecrop indoor or outdoor where enough amount of direct or indirect bright light is available.

    When to split Sedum plants?

    Split Sedum plants in the spring season

    What are Sedum plants?

    Sedum is a large genus of flowering plants in the family Crassulaceae

    Do deer eat Sedum plants?

    Yes, deer feed on the tender new shoots of the sedum plant.

    How to winterize Sedum plants?

    Once established, sedum requires little watering, particularly in the winter, when you should water the plant just enough to ensure the soil doesn't completely dry out. Potted sedum requires more watering than those planted in the ground. It also should be brought indoors whenever the weather forecast calls for temperatures to dip below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Is Sedum plant edible?

    The leaves of most stonecrops are edible

    How to propagate Sedum plants?

    Snip off a 2-5" piece of the sedum plant Plant the cutting into soil that has good drainage Keep the newly planted cutting moist (water it like you would water petunias or another annual) After a couple of weeks it's rooted will take hold and begin to develop



    Reviews

    Sunday, 26 January 2020

    Air Purifying Indoor Plant.

    Joshi Prisy

    Friday, 29 June 2018

    Very nice plants...looking so beautiful..thanku nurserylive?

    Mayank garg

    Friday, 29 June 2018

    VERY nice im so Happy for this plant

    Rashmi Tiwari
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