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Graptopetalum paraguayense - 4in

Graptopetalum paraguayense - 4in

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Graptopetalum paraguayense, commonly known as ghost plant or mother-of-pearl plant, is a succulent species native to Tamaulipas, Mexico, belonging to the jade plant family, Crassulaceae. It features fleshy, opalescent leaves arranged in rosettes, which can turn pinkish-yellow in hot, dry conditions or blue-gray in partial shade. The plant forms small rosettes about 4 inches wide, with stems growing up to 2 meters long that eventually cascade over time. In spring, it produces dainty sprays of star-shaped yellow flowers with five petals spotted with red. Ghost plant is quite cold-hardy, tolerating temperatures down to -10°C, and thrives in well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. It is drought-tolerant once established and can be easily propagated through cutting leaves or stems. Hardy in USDA zones 9a to 11b, ghost plant can withstand temperatures from 20°F to 50°F, or down to 15°F with protection. Versatile and low-maintenance, it is suitable for rock gardens, containers, ground cover, or as a decorative feature on patios. It is also deer-resistant and attracts minimal pests and diseases, making it an ideal choice for ornamental purposes.

Grown in a 4 inch pot

Current Height: 3 in

Container Size: 4in

USDA Zones: 8 - 11

Frost Tenderness: 20 °F

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