Albino sedum rubrotinctum

My Sedum rubrotinctum outgrew its terra-cotta pot a while ago and had to be repotted. Repotting this succulent is a challenge because the little beans fall off with the slightest touch. There were beans everywhere on the floor and in the neighboring plants and they started to grow roots to form new plants almost instantly. This was a great opportunity for this Sedum to double in size and fill out its new pot in no time.
One bean decided to grow a new plant with no pigment in the leaves and I only just noticed it yesterday. It’s so bright and cute! It shouldn’t have been able to grow to this size because it’s unable to get its energy from sunlight, so it will probably die off soon. I’m going to keep an eye on it and see what happens.

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