Porcelain Plant

Graptoveria titubans


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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 a dense little carpet full of yellow blossoms when in bloom making them a lovely groundcover.

Their tiny size makes them a popular choice for succulent enthusiasts for indoor containers or in an outdoor rockery—provided there is full sun or ample indoor light. A porous, well-draining soil is essential. Water moderately allowing plant to dry out between watering.


90 mm pot, Cutting