Sedum pachyphyllum 'Jester'


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Sedum pachyphyllum ‘Jester’ is a succulent plant, often referred to as the “Jelly Beans” due to its distinctive leaf shape and structure. It belongs to the family Crassulaceae and is native to the arid regions of Mexico.

This plant is characterized by its short, thick, and cylindrical leaves that are a vibrant green color, often with red tips when exposed to ample sunlight. The leaves are densely packed along the stems, creating a lush and compact appearance. It typically grows up to 6 inches in height and width.

In its natural habitat, it thrives in well-drained, gravelly soils and is adapted to areas with low rainfall, making it a drought-tolerant species. It prefers full sun to partial shade and is frost sensitive, requiring protection in colder climates.

Sedum pachyphyllum ‘Jester’ is primarily grown for ornamental purposes, valued for its unique foliage and low maintenance needs. It is ideal for rock gardens, container gardens, or as ground cover. When handling, care should be taken as the leaves can easily detach from the stems.