Sedum rubrotinctum, or Porks and Beans, is a popular and quirky Stonecrop loved for its unique form and changing color. This sweet groundcover, with its chubby, succulent leaves turns cherry-red in sun or drought and apple-green when over-watered or shaded. It produces yellow flower clusters in summer.
Sedums grow best in well-drained gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. Drought tolerant. Requires little water once established. This plant can also be used indoors and is super happy as a houseplant!