Plant Information

Common Name: JELLY BEANS
Scientific Name: Sedum pachyphyllum
Alternative Names: Many Fingers, Stonecrop

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Sedum pachyphyllum
Sedum pachyphyllum


  • Perennial
  • Jelly Beans originates from Sierra Mixta, San Luis, and Oaxaca, Mexico.
  • It is a bush forming or ground-hugging succulent, up to 30 cm tall with thick blue green leaves resembling jelly beans and which are about 2.5cm long.
  • In summer it bears yellow star-shaped flowers.
  • When grown in full sun and in cooler dry weather, the plant's leaf tips will take on a reddish hue.
  • It is drought and heat tolerant, needs light shade to full sun and will take cold up to -6.7°C.
  • Jelly Beans is suitable as a houseplant in a bright indoor location.
  • Outdoors it will makes a nice pale sea green ground cover over time.
  • Good for the rock garden when grown with other contrasting sedums and small succulents.
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