First bloom I have seen here it has been in my garden for 10 years
Pork & Beans growing under the protection of Salvia argentea http://plantsdatabase.com/go/1075/index.html
Pork & Beans flowering April 2004
My favorite common name for this plant is "Christmas cheer". Picture taken 12/25/03
Macro of flower
Damaged in Jan '07, but returning nicely
Sedum rubrotinctum (Christmas Cheer) changes color with different light conditions. This one has been indoors.
used as landscaping in southern California
nice drought tolerant ground cover (southern California)
groundcover plants in some shade
flowering mid spring, southern California
looks great in full sun and can get even redder than this in summer
The Huntington Botanical Gardens
hanging pot showing aerial roots
What are the white stringy things emerging from the stem of this plant? What do I do with them?
Sedum rubrotinctum also known as 'Stonecrop' - surviving on a doorstep Waihi New Zealand
Sedum x rubrotinctum 'Pork and Beans' starting off in Pat's garden in Waihi, New Zealand
Potted Sedum x rubrotinctum 'Pork and Beans' (with Crassula radicans below) Waihi, New Zealand
Adding color and texture to 2nd and 3rd tier.