Plant Type: Succulent cactus
Light: Full sun
Water: Water the jelly bean plant more in the spring and summer, but still let it dry out in between waterings. Plant Sedum rubrotinctum in well-draining potting soil and never let it sit in water.
Zone: Zones 9 to 10
Temperature: This succulent plant does best in hotter conditions. Do not keep Sedum rubrotinctum outside in freezing temperatures. Take the jelly bean plant inside and display it in an indoor garden for the winter. Keep it by a western- or southern-facing window.
Fertilizer: Fertilize in the spring and summer once a month with a cactus and succulent fertilizer.
Pests and Diseases: No insect pests or diseases are known to severely attack this plant.
Propagation: Propagate the jelly bean plant by taking cuttings. Cut off leaves from the stem, let them dry, and then place the cutting into the soil. Keep the potting soil moist until the cutting begins to grow.