Description: A durable succulent plant that produces clusters of tight rosettes up to 6 inches wide and up to 8 inches tall. This plant has thick, smooth, upright-held, pale blue-green leaves that have a hint of pink tones on the leaf tips and margins when grown in bright light.
Care: Like most succulents the Graptoveria likes a sunny window and well-draining soil. Over-watering will kill this beauty. Only water when soil is completely dry, usually every 1-2 weeks, less in winter.
Propagate: Carefully remove a leaf ensuring it is a clean removal (pinch leaf and twist from stem). Let leaf dry for a few days until it forms a crust where it was removed from the stem. After the crust has formed, lay leaf on a layer of soil and spray with water once daily until roots and a new plant grow from leaf. Once a new leaf has grown and the leaf is shriveling, may plant in soil and water once every 1-2 weeks.
*Look at the slide show below for the propagation process. (More pics added when available. )