This Graptopetalum has beautiful trailing rosettes, perfect for a hanging pot. When grown in full sun, these Graptopetalums will turn yellow-pink, however in shade it will be bluish-grey.
Graptopetalum paraguayense is a small, evergreen succulent with rosettes, up to 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter, of fleshy, flat, pointed and grayish-white leaves. The leaves warms up to pinkish-yellow in hot and dry conditions and turns blue-gray in partial shade. The rosettes grow at the tips of ever-lengthening stems, that become pendent over time. In spring, it produces star-shaped, white flowers with small red specks. Graptopetalum paraguayense, originally thought to be native to Paraguay, as the species name implies, was discovered on cactus plants imported to New York in 1904 and only later determined to be from Еast-Сentral Mexico (probably Tamaulipas), though no plants of the species have been rediscovered in the wild since. This species is naturalized in Australia (Queensland).