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Sedum rubrotinctum has stems 6 to 8 inches in height. The leaves are shaped like jelly beans less than an inch long. They have red/brown tops turning bronze in the sun. In spring they have yellow flowers with a reddish tinge. The leaves root easily. You will find Sedums in rock gardens, containers and around stepping stones or wall niches. Sedums do best in soil with good drainage. Like most succulents, water when soil becomes dry. Protect from frost.