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Graptopetulem Graptoveria Pachyphytum

Whilst all three genus are part of the Crassulacea family, Graptopetulem and Pachyphytum are native to Mexico and USA, Graptoveria is a hybrid between Graptopetulem and Echeveria.  These all tend to be trailing or sprawling plants with branches of small star shaped flowers.  The magnificent Graptopetum ‘Superbum’ is a real showstopper with its net of small flowers that appears in springtime.  A popular Pachyphytum is oviferum; commonly known as the “Sugared Almond” plant and it really does look like a bowl of pale sugared almonds. The hybid genus Graptoveria has many different leaf shapes and sizes from the mottled purple heads of ‘Kew Marble,’ to ‘Mrs Richards’ who has short rosette pink leaves.

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Pachyphytum

Graptopetalum 'Superbum'

A beautiful Graptopetalum that is low growing and semi upright, it branches or sprawls…

£8.00

Graptopetalum amethystinum

A trailing Graptopetalum with sugared almond-shaped leaves that are a pale pink.

£6.00

Graptopetalum mendozae - 6 cm pot

This plant looks like a smaller version of Graptopetalum amethystinum, however the…

£3.00

Graptopetalum mendozae - 9 cm pot

This plant looks like a smaller version of Graptopetalum amethystinum, however the…

£6.00

Graptopetalum pachyphyllum

A medium gowing plant that reaches 20 cm in 5 years.

£3.00

Graptopetalum paraguayense

Commonly called "Ghost Plant".

£6.00

Graptoveria 'Debbie'

A stunning Graproveria with a beautiful rosette head of purple leaves that grow upto…

£8.00

Graptoveria 'Fred Ives'

A most attractive Graptoveria that has large heads of purple leaves that turn autumnal…

£8.00

Graptoveria 'Kew Marble'

A striking Graptoveria that sprawls and trails medium rossette heads of silvery grey/…

£6.00