Plant care and instruction
Sedum Rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’ is not as adept in handling full sun or intense heat as its counterpart, Sedum Rubrotinctum. Morning sunlight is usually preferred as well as partial shade or filtered afternoon light. During the hot summer months or a heatwave, move the plant to a shadier location to prevent sun damage.
1.light -Full Sun in mild summer, part shade in hot climates
2.place -Well-drained soil
4.fertilizer -Apply any organic fertilizer
5.temperature -26 degrees F
Sedum ‘Aurora’, otherwise known as the ‘Pink Jelly Bean’ plant, is a variety of sedum from Mexico. With a taller growth habit that will begin to drape as each stem reaches its full length, ‘Aurora’ features rounded, lime green leaves with hot pink tips