paraguayense is a plant that I use when I want something dependable and
low care. The Ghost Plant grows in sun or shade and requires only a
little occasional water. The plants are more blue in the shade and
more pink in the sun. This succulent looks great trailing out of
a pot or spilling out of a dry laid wall. The stems of Graptopetalum
paraguayense will root even when they lay on concrete and soak up whatever
spills from the neighboring pots. The Ghost plant grows to 12"
and spreads a couple of feet or more. Graptopetalum paraguayense is
Winter hardy into the low teens or even upper single digits.
High resolution photos of Graptopetalum paraguayense are part of our garden image collection.