This delightful rare species native to the Oaxaca region in Mexico, grows into a tight mound of starshaped rosettes, if enough space is allowed then this stunning succulent can spread over a meter producing the most amazing display, it has a very similar growth pattern to Echeveria prolifica in the way it produces an abundance of many offsets on axillary runners. Graptopetalum macdougallii produces beautiful bright pink/red star shaped flowers during mid spring which really contrast against its pale lime coloured leaves. It can grow in part shade to full sun and as the light levels intensify the older leaves turn a pale pink in colour. It’s low growing habit makes it the ideal succulent for a bowl planter for an outside garden table.
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Please Note: Succulents change colour throughout the year and the plants we deliver can look different from the pictures. All plants are shipped bare root (without soil).