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PlantFiles Pictures: Pork and Beans (Sedum rubrotinctum)

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Happenstance
Northern California, CA


April 11, 2004
4:59 PM

Post #835601

Pork and Beans, Christmas Cheer, Banana Cactus
Sedum rubrotinctum


Pork & Beans flowering April 2004

http://davesgarden.com/pf/go/2251/

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daylily970
Coshocton, OH
(Zone 6a)

April 13, 2004
8:28 PM

Post #837988

i really like this sedum. can you tell me where you got it? i have been putting different sedum around my pond. thanks, belinda
Happenstance
Northern California, CA


April 13, 2004
11:33 PM

Post #838146

Hi Belinda -

These are available here in the San Francisco Bay Area at just about every nursery, including Home Depot, Lowe's etc. It's fairly distinctive for a Sedum...each little piece is "chubby", big and fat...a lot bigger than most Sedum.

Check with any of your nurseries and ask for it by name. I bet they can get it for you.
daylily970
Coshocton, OH
(Zone 6a)

April 14, 2004
1:23 AM

Post #838242

i have a sedum i bought from walmart called chubby fingers. do you think this is the same one?
Happenstance
Northern California, CA


April 14, 2004
1:30 AM

Post #838254

Don't think so, but tags can be wrong. Do you have a picture? P&B has yellow flowers.

Here's Sedum album 'Chubby Fingers' from a Google search:
http://www.djroger.com/sedum%20album.htm
http://www.blossomfarm.com/plants_se-sy.htm

Does this look like yours?
daylily970
Coshocton, OH
(Zone 6a)

April 14, 2004
1:38 AM

Post #838266

mine looks like the picture on djroger.com. it is one of my favorites. thanks for the help. i am going to try and find pork and beans. do you have a favorite website that you order sedum from? belinda
Happenstance
Northern California, CA


April 14, 2004
1:45 AM

Post #838275

Most of mine came from local nurseries, but I have ordered from Squaw Mountain Gardens and I was very pleased.

They have around 100 varieties (some are sold out right now). Their plants were lovely and have grown unbelievably in the last 6-7 months.

They don't show an image, but they do list Pork & Beans.
(Sedum rubrotinctum)
http://www.squawmountaingardens.com/product.cfm?CID=1
daylily970
Coshocton, OH
(Zone 6a)

April 14, 2004
1:48 AM

Post #838279

thanks for the help. will be out looking for sedum this weekend and i will check out squawmountain. thanks again.

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