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Graptopetalum Paraguayense 'Ghost Plant'

Graptopetalum Paraguayense 'Ghost Plant'

Regular price $7.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $7.00 USD
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An exquisite and resilient plant, the Ghost Plant (Graptopetalum paraguayense, Mother of Pearl Plant) (Walther) is a beloved succulent that has been widely cultivated for over a century. Its popularity is due to its incredibly easy growth and its beautiful pastel hues, which range from pink, purple, and yellow in full sun to blues, greens, and silvers in partial shade. With time, the stems will grow long and branch, cascading out of containers, but can also be trimmed regularly to maintain a compact form. Beginner succulent enthusiasts will appreciate how easy it is to propagate this plant, and its misnomer species epithet should not deter anyone from adding it to their collection. Native to Mexico rather than Paraguay, its origins are thought to be in the Chihuahuan Desert, yet it has yet to be found growing wild. When in bloom in spring or summer, it displays stunning star-shaped, white flowers with red speckles.

Clearance: This listing may contain a Clearance marked succulent which indicates these plants have been reduced due to quality, color, size, sunburn and imperfections. All Sales will still include any store discounts that may be present when you order.

Please Note: Plant will ship bare root with little to no dirt, and you will receive a plant similar to the one in the photo.

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