Graptopetalum Pentandrum Superbum – Succulent
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Graptopetalum pentandrum superbum is a lovely succulent that grows in wide, open rosettes with fleshy, lavender-pink leaves at the ends of strong stems.
Your Superbum Plant will look exquisite in a miniature garden.
Your Succulent plant will grow best in full bright daylight, but it will also flourish in partial sun with slightly erratic results.
Graptopetalum plant requires direct sunlight to maintain its colours and compact rosette structure.
Water your Graptopetalum Pentandrum Superbum when the soil is dry 2-3 inches down or the fleshy leaves appear withered.
In the winter, water your Superbum plant with caution because the plant's roots can be lost if the soil remains cold and damp for long periods.
Water your Superbum Plant until the water runs out the drainage hole, then wait for the soil to dry completely before watering again.
Gritty, porous soil with good drainage is required for your Graptopetalum plant.
Use well-draining cactus and succulent soil with 50 per cent to 70 per cent mineral grit, such as coarse sand, pumice, or perlite, in containers with drainage holes.
From spring to summer, a small amount of liquid fertiliser is all that is required.
No fertilizer required in Winters.
Your Graptopetalum pentandrum superbum plant is non-toxic to Pets and Kids.
Cuttings, leaves, offsets, and seeds can all be used to propagate your Succulent plant.
Your succulent does not require frequent repotting. When you get it from the store, you'll need to repot it for the first time.
Do you have a dying plant? This may be due to your Superbum plants' inability to withstand cold temperatures. It will thrive if you place it near sunshine.
Are your Succulent plants' leaves starting to wrinkle? It indicates that your plant requires water. Water your plant right away.
Graptopetalum Pentandrum Superbum is a lovely succulent that grows in wide, open rosettes with fleshy, lavender-pink leaves at the ends of strong stems. From late winter through early spring, yellow flowers with red stamens bloom. It's great as a houseplant, but it may also be grown outside in warmer climates.