Sedum rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’ is a wonderful houseplant with its origin in Mexico. This succulent grows up to 15 cm in height. The pink leaves of the plant are jellybean-shaped which is why it has a common name “Pink Jelly Bean”. Sedum rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’ from the Crassulaceae family needs little care to grow. These succulents bloom in the mid-spring in beautiful bright yellow colors with a reddish tinge. This low-growing houseplant needs to be watered only when the soil feels dry. Water more in summers than in winters. Sedum rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’ doesn’t survive for long if over-watered. A well-draining soil works best for Pink Jelly Beans succulent. You can use a mixture of cactus potting mix & perlite for improved drainage. To avoid root rot, make sure to not let the soil remain wet for too long.This plant is hardy in zones 9a to 11b. It is sensitive to frost. So, if you live in areas with freezing temperatures of 30º F (-1.1º C), it is better to plant this variety indoors.