The Jelly Bean Plant – Sedum rubrotinctum, a native to Mexico is an evergreen, succulent perennial with sprawling, leaning stems up to 20 cm tall.
The leaves are jelly bean shaped, up to 2 cm long, green with red-brown tips which turn to bronze in the summer months.
The flowers are bright yellow, star-shaped flowers around springtime.
Grown very easily and tolerates all types of soil except for those that are poorly drained.
Grows very well in summer, can take variations in climate, although it is not frost-tolerant.
They do well as ground cover or as container plants.
It is poisonous and may cause irritation when ingested or touched.