Graptosedum are a succulent hybrid cross between Graptopetalum and Sedum. There aren't a great deal of varieties, though they tend to be very stunning.
Examples of Common Graptosedum Succulent Plants
Graptosedum Vera Higgins and Graptosedum California Sunset are fairly common Graptosedum succulents.
Regions that Graptosedum Succulents Come From
Being a hybrid succulent, Graptosedums don't have a particular region that they come from.
Why We Love Graptosedums at Succy Crafts
The vibrant colors and crazy shapes belonging to the Graptosedums can really pull together a garden's look! We especially love the Vera Higgins for its deep reddish color and beautiful shape!
Graptosedum Succulent Care Tips
If you plan on replanting or repotting, don't water your graptosedum for at least a week. The reason for this is that the graptosedum may have gotten a tear or other damage to the roots during the replant/repotting process and may absorb water, leading to root rot. Make sure your Graptosedum gets ample morning sunlight with shade for the afternoon sun. Finally, just be sure to prune as needed to allow for ample growth.
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