Cuttings (2) - Jelly Bean Succulent Plant - Sedum rubrotinctum - (2-3" each)
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Check out these fun colorful Sedum rubrotinctum 'Jelly Bean' cuttings! Propogate this 'Jelly Bean' succulent plant by planting these cuttings in succulent soil. Do not water immediately, or even for over a week. The cuttings won't need water until roots start to shoot out (aproximately 2 weeks). This listing Includes 2 cuttings that are 2-3” long each. Cuttings have planting instructions on the label on the package.
This listing is for two cuttings of this unique ‘Jelly Bean’ succulent with striking green jelly bean shaped leaves which blush bright red with increased sun exposure.
These are unrooted plant clippings that will need to be rooted in soil or water. We recommend soil propagation for these succulent cuttings. The amount of coloration depends on environment and stress factors. Increased sun exposure or allowing to dry extra long can help the leaves retain the deep red coloration on the margins.
The leaves pop off of this Sedum very easily, so expect some leaf loss during shipping. Keep the leaves if you want to propagate more Sedum succulent babies. Lay them on top of the soil and most will pop up little babies and shoot down roots.
The colorful succulent makes it a great filler plant for succulent arrangements and small rock gardens.
Partial sun to bright shade.
Water when soil is dry to the touch.
Peak growth season: Spring/Autumn
Propagation: Propagate from offsets during growth season, Spring is ideal.
Light: Bright shade, good air flow.
You will receive two cuttings (no roots).
Materials: cactus potting soil, perlite, pumice, live plant.