Check out the Best Graptosedum Varieties that you can add to your sucuclent collection! They stand out with their colors!
These Best Graptosedum Varieties will add plenty of appeal to your home and gardens. Their compact size also makes them a great tabletop addition!
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Best Graptosedum Varieties
1. Graptosedum ‘Blue Giant’
‘Blue Giant’ is an intergeneric hybrid from the cross between ‘Sedum treleasei’ and ‘Graptopetalum amethystinum’ with a stunning blue tone.
It produces long thick stems that sprawl and bend. When exposed to bright sun, it gives a peach blush at the leaf tips.
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2. Graptosedum ‘California Sunset’
Also known as Graptosedum Peach Blossom, it is a cross between ‘Graptopetalum paraguayense’ and ‘Sedum adolphii’.
It displays a stemmed rosette with a pastel green center and peach pink leaf tips. The pink hue becomes more intense under the stress of the bright sun and infrequent watering.
3. Graptosedum ‘Francesco Baldi’
This beautiful cultivar is an interspecific hybrid between Mexican species—’Sedum pachyphyllum’ and ‘Graptopetalum paraguayense’.
It features a pink hue and a leaf shape of sedums. The plant blooms profusely and offers yellow flowers.
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4. Graptosedum ‘Ghosty’
‘Ghosty’ has an unusual appearance because of its red-green foliage. The rosette grows from the base and produces a group of thick leaves upward.
For best growth and colors, use a well-draining succulent potting mix and keep it in plenty of direct sunlight.
5. Graptosedum ‘Alpenglow’
Also known as Graptosedum Bronze or Graptosedum Vera Higgins, this is a hybrid of ‘Graptopetalum paraguayense’ x ‘Sedum stahlii’.
This compact succulent shows off pink foliage in light rose to deep coral hues.
6. Graptosedum ‘Darley Sunshine’
‘Darley Sunshine’ displays thick, long leaves with pink tips. It also produces plenty of offsets that can be propagated for new plants.
For the best color and growth, pick the sunniest spot in the garden or home for these beauties!
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7. Graptosedum ‘Little Beauty’
It features a cluster of plumped peach green foliage arranged in a rosette. The color becomes more vibrant in intense sunlight.
This is a great plant for hanging baskets and window boxes, thanks to its compact nature.
8. Graptosedum ‘France’
This is one of the best trailing succulents you can grow in a tall vase in the garden. With proper growing conditions, it can take a dense growth pattern.
Keep it in bright light and grow the plant in a well-draining medium.