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  • Big Brother

    Graptoveria gigantea

    This Mexican and southern American native is part of the Graptoveria genus which is a hybrid between Graptopetalum and Echeveria. Big Brother is a brilliantly coloured, stemless, clump-forming succulent that grows around 15cm tall. Rosettes have stubby grey-green leaves, but the colour of this succulent changes, with it turning a strong shade of pink in…

  • Crested Big Brother

    Graptoveria 'Big Brother' crestata

    This is a chunky ornamental succulent with gorgeous colouring that is native to the rocky areas of Mexico.. With durable spiralling clumps of rosettes up to 20cm tall and 30cm wide, Crested Big Brother has short, thick, waxy leaves coloured from pearly bronze to purple-yellow-orange, or blue-green, depending on season and growing conditions. Flowers are…

  • Debbie

    Graptoveria 'Debbie'

    Graptoveria ‘Debbie’ is a popular succulent hybrid between Graptopetalum and Echeveria. It’s known for its soft, fleshy leaves that are lavender to pink in color. The rosette shape of the leaves and the delicate coloration make it a favorite among succulent enthusiasts. This plant thrives in well-drained soil and prefers a sunny spot but can…

  • Graptoveria amethorum

    Graptoveria amethorum

    This is a rare hybrid of Graptopetalum amethystinum and Echeveria purpusorum and can be quite hard to get hold of. A very slow growing plant, it forms rosettes up to 7.5cm wide with chubby, grey-green leaves that have lighter edges and which will blush a violet tint under bright light. It is heat and drought…

  • Graptoveria bicolor

    Graptoveria bicolor

    Graptoveria ‘Bicolor’ is a hybrid succulent plant resulting from the cross between Graptopetalum and Echeveria species. It boasts rosettes of fleshy, pointed leaves that display a unique combination of blue-green and pinkish-red hues, especially when exposed to bright sunlight. The color intensity can vary based on the amount of sunlight the plant receives. Native to…

  • Graptoveria Pats Pink

    Graptoveria Pats Pink

    Introducing the Graptoveria Pats Pink, a stunning succulent that thrives in abundant sunlight. If you choose to plant it indoors, make sure to place it in a sun-drenched room where it can receive ample sunlight. When it comes to watering, follow the “soak and dry” method, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. It…

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    Lilac Spoons

    Graptoveria lilac spoons

    Graptoveria ‘Lilac Spoons’ is a beautiful and unique hybrid succulent, resulting from the cross between Graptopetalum and Echeveria species. This plant is particularly admired for its distinctive spoon-shaped leaves that have a soft, pastel lilac coloration. The leaves are thick, fleshy, and form a rosette that can change color to more intense shades of pink…

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    Graptoveria 'Marpin'

    Graptoveria ‘Marpin’ is a hybrid succulent resulting from the cross between Graptopetalum and Echeveria species. This particular hybrid is admired for its compact, rosette-forming growth habit and its ability to change color with the seasons or in response to sunlight exposure. The leaves are typically fleshy, plump, and can range from a soft blue-green to…

  • Porcelain Plant

    Graptoveria titubans

    The so-called “Porcelain Plant” is a hybrid cross between the coveted Graptopetalum paraguayense (Ghost Plant) and Echeveria derenbergii (Painted Lady), inheriting attractive features from both its parents. These beautiful succulents form compact rosettes around 7.5cm wide out of creeping stems of fleshy, spoon-shaped, thick, grey-blue leaves which can become apricot-tinged when cold. They’ll rapidly create…

  • Purple Delight

    Graptoveria 'Purple Delight'

    Graptoveria ‘Purple Delight’ is a hybrid succulent plant that combines the characteristics of Graptopetalum and Echeveria. It’s known for its rosette-shaped leaves that exhibit a stunning purple hue, especially when exposed to bright sunlight. The leaves are fleshy and can vary in color from soft green to deep purple. Native to the rocky terrains of…

  • Silver Star

    Graptoveria ‘Silver Star’

    A gorgeous, highly symmetrical rosette-former known as “Silver Star”, this plant is a hybrid of Graptopetalum filiferum and Echeveria agavoides multifida. Growing to just a tiny 7.5cm tall, it is a long-time favourite of succulent enthusiasts thanks to its form and colour, featuring stunning chunky rosy-pink tipped silver-green leaves and striking sprays of pink flowers….