Pink Sedum. Dried flowerheads on upright sedums add interest. Sedum rubrotinctum ‘aurora’, pink jelly beans or pink pork and beans are not only beautiful but they are also one of the easiest succulents to grow and propagate.

Stonecrop, Sedum 'Crystal Pink' Ryeland
Stonecrop, Sedum 'Crystal Pink' Ryeland from ryelandgardens.com

Its sturdy reddish stems support large clusters of magenta flower heads that provide brilliant colour in the garden, in late summer and fall. Once categorized as sedum ewersii (and sometimes still sold under this name), pink mongolian stonecrop is now officially known as hylotelephium ewersii. Perfect for late summer color in mixed beds.

I Don't Remember If They Were Free Or I Paid For Them.

New varieties have leaves in shades of copper, dusky mauve, and dark purple. A stonecrop just recently arrived from europe, this delightful form features attractive green leaves, the new leaves splashed with pink and creamy white. Once categorized as sedum ewersii (and sometimes still sold under this name), pink mongolian stonecrop is now officially known as hylotelephium ewersii.

Sedum Tenellum Does Well In Sunny Places And Also In Partially Shaded Areas.

Large flower heads of soft pink on shorter, sturdier stems than other varieties. The new emerging spring foliage is a nice pink color. I picked up these sedum at a garage sale last summer.

I Have A Feeling That Next Summer I Might Have To Transplant Them To Another Place In The Garden.

Their height and attractive flowers make them good candidates for border gardens or pollinator gardens. The flowers which emerge in june and july are small and either red or pink. Its sturdy reddish stems support large clusters of magenta flower heads that provide brilliant colour in the garden, in late summer and fall.

Flowers Deepen With Cooler Temps And Remain Throughout Fall To Embrace Dollops Of Winter’s First Snow.

It can be moved outside in summer. They were just long stalks in a pot! It is of course a perennial.

A Tender Sedum, It’s Usually Grown As A Houseplant On A Windowsill Out Of Direct Sunlight.

Extremely easy to grow, pink jellybean is an unusual and devorative succulent. You can see the link here that explains the simple rules kim’s color crazy challenge purple and pink. If you are looking for an unusual succulent plant to add to your collection, you will not be sorry with one of these.

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