It is a stunning hybrid succulent that may grow to a height of up to 8 inches (20 cm), and its attractive brilliant colors offset freely. The leaves grow in dense rosettes and are thick, succulent, green tips.
Graptosedum Sunshine will tolerate some shade but will be more cautious around the water than if it were in direct sunlight.
The clump-forming (a brunch of tree) graptosedum can reach a maximum height of 15 cm.
In general, they are simple to grow from seeds, leaf cuttings, or offsets. A leaf that falls off is likely to take root and grow into a new plant. It may then swiftly create a new rosette.
Common Name - Graptosedum Darley Sunshine
Available in a beautiful ceramic pot
Maximum Height - 8 inches
Flower Color - Yellow
Bloom Time - June to September
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow
Leaf cuttings can be used to grow this plant. A leaf should be removed from the main stem, allowed to dry for a day, and then placed on the growing medium's surface.
A combination of soil, sand, and compost can be used as the growing media; it should be airy and well-drained.
The leaf will eventually develop roots, and at the base there will be a little rosette.
Sunlight - Full sun to partial shade, at least 4 to 6 hours of sunlight per day.
Watering - Moderately
Soil - Well drained soil.
Temperature - 22 to 35 degrees C
Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer in spring.
- With its light blue-green leaves, this plant can be utilized as contrasting foliage in xeriscape plantings, cactus gardens, or succulent arrangements.
- Additionally, it makes a lovely edging for dry borders and rock gardens.
- Additionally, it can be kept in pots as long as the soil drains correctly.
We send all the succulents bare rooted/without soil. Because with soil there are chances of root rot.
Images are only for reference; the actual product may differ in shape and size.
The product is replaceable but non-returnable.