The Graptoveria opalina is a succulent of the Graptoveria family. It is a sturdy and durable plant which is very easy to grow. With some basic requirements, the plant can grow into a valuable addition to your garden. The Graptoveria opalina bear rosettes which are primarily of greenish grey colour. The tips of the rosettes often develop a pinkish hue if kept in the sun. This plant is mainly popular for its beautiful appearance and hassle-free nature.
This plant does not need much care as it is pretty sturdy. The right amount of water and sunlight are the keys to a healthy Graptoveria opalina.
This plant grows well under the bright sun or partial sunlight. They usually have no problem in growing under full sunlight as the leaves are very thick and the plant in itself is sturdy but partial sunlight is preferred
These succulents need very little water. A little bit of watering once a day in summer and once or twice every week in winter is enough.
The Graptoveria opalina grows to a height of about 30 cm. The rosettes grow 6-8 inches in height and are tightly clustered around 4-6 inches apart from each other.
These are perennial plants which mature for over 3 years. The rosettes are tightly clustered with smooth, upright, pale blue-green leaves with a pink tip.
It is mainly used for ornamental purposes.