Graptopetalum paraguayense

Ghost Plant! The Ghost Plant has been a favorite succulent in southern zones for many decades. Its glossy-gray, succulent rosettes are so appealing and pleasant to the eye that for a plant, if it were a food, it would be considered a comfort food like mashed potatoes or chicken fried steak. It's durable, care free and oh so easy to grow and no mailbox planter is complete without its succulent rosettes trailing over the edges.
Mexico
7b to 10
6" x 24"
$11.00 $9.90 Pint #Y04-61  In stock

Notes and observations about this plant

Happy with
This plant is wonderful. It grows fast and will root from any part of stem cuttings.
It survives, and thrives, on cold temperatures Mine were fine at 34 degrees. (Posted on 3/29/2015 by emyhro4048).
survived 5 below
It survived February 2011 at 5 below outside in Fort Davis Texas. (Posted on 4/9/2014 by Beth).

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