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Sedum Pachyphyllum (Jelly Bean Plant)

Sedum Pachyphyllum (Jelly Bean Plant)

₹395.00 Regular Price
₹335.75Sale Price


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Sedum Pachyphyllum (Jelly Bean Plant) – 1 pc

Grower Black – 1 pc


  • About Plant- Sedum pachyphyllum is a small succulent shrub, up to 1 foot (30 cm) tall, that branches freely and spread over time by rooting stems and fallen leaves. As they grow, erect and fleshy stems become prostrate, trailing, and woody. Leaves are club-shaped, up to 1.6 inches (4 cm) long, up to 0.4 inches (1 cm) in diameter, glaucous, silvery-green, and often tipped with red. In summer, yellow star-shaped flowers appear in clusters on erect or reflexed flower stalks. 

    Sedum Pachyphyllum (Jelly Bean Plant) Care

    Sedums tolerate a wide range of harsh conditions, they make a good choice for many gardens. They are also excellent container plants. 


    Light- These succulents grow best in locations where they will enjoy the full sun at least six or more hours per day.  Keep indoor Sedums in a sunny window or under artificial lights.


    Soil- Sedums do not like to sit in waterlogged soil, so drainage is essential to prevent root rot. Choose a gritty, well-draining soil. 


    Temperature- Sedums can tolerate freezing temperatures. Most are cold hardy in USDA hardiness zones 5a to 9b, -20 to 30 °F (-28.9 to -1.1 °C). Sedums are also tolerant of heat and drought. 

    Keep indoor Sedums at temperatures between 60 and 70 °F (15 and 20 °) through the winter.  


    Water- Sedum plants are drought-tolerant but do need some water. They do their best with regular watering from spring through fall. Water thoroughly and wait for the soil to dry out before watering again.  
    Container grown plants often require more water than their counterparts growing in open soil.


    Fertilizing- A balanced organic fertilizer each spring is generally all Sedums require.


    Repotting- Repot your plants when they outgrow their current pot by moving them out to a larger container to hold the plant better.


    Pruning- Pruning is not necessary unless Sedum plants are getting wild and out of control.