This is my Sedum rubrotinctum one year ago and today after a bit of bean and stem propagation to help it fill out its pot. Now I need to look for an even bigger pot. My first ever succulent when I was a kid was actually one of these. Obviously I didn’t know how to take care of it, so I let it stretch in low sunlight and it dropped all of its beans one by one. This time I’m doing much better.
My little Sedum rubrotinctum is looking very fine right now! It’s so pink and adorable and very tasty looking. Like little jellybeans.
A couple of macro shots, taken with my old iPhone 6 and a clip-on macro lens.
The first one is my Sedum rubrotinctum and a small and very colorful pup.
The second pic is a new flower bud on the Hoya bella I bought a few weeks ago. It just keeps developing new flowers! I never knew the buds were this hairy before I decided to have a closer look with my macro lens.
This Sedum looks so sweet and tasty, like candy floss jelly beans!
These jellybeans are perfect and so adorable. I’ve had them for just under a year, but only just started to propagate them. I want them to fill the whole pot!