-About x Graptoveria Grim Pink-
x Graptoveria Grim Pink, a rare and ornamental hybrid succulent. It shares a preference with Echeveria Mebina, in that it tends to produce clusters from the stem base. The lush leaves are long, spoon-shaped, and tightly formed, creating a compact rosette. While thriving, the leaves have a matte pink hue and are covered with a thin succulent farina. However, during dormant seasons, the color fades to a pale green. In the spring, the plant produces yellowish bell-shaped flowers with an orangish apex on spike-shaped peduncles, giving x Graptoveria Grim Pink an even more delicate appearance.
-How to care for x Graptoveria Grim Pink-
Sun/Location: If you are looking to grow an x Graptoveria Grim Pink, it's important to keep in mind that this plant thrives in warm, dry, and sunny environments. During the hot summer months, it's best to keep it in a shaded area as it cannot tolerate direct hot sunlight and may become dehydrated. However, during the winter, it's crucial to move it indoors to a sunny location to protect it from frost damage. Keeping the succulent plant in optimal shape requires a lot of sunlight, so ensure it receives at least 6 hours of sun bath per day. Overall, x Graptoveria Grim Pink is a beautiful and unique succulent plant that can add a touch of beauty to any indoor or outdoor succulent garden.
Soil/Pot: When planting x Graptoveria Grim Pink, selecting porous and well-ventilated succulent soil and a well-draining pot with a drainage hole is essential. A glazed ceramic pot is a suitable option. A layer of top-dressing rocks is recommended for clean and indoor gardening. It is recommended to repot live succulents in the warm spring season to encourage development. Removing and disposing of any dry leaves appropriately is essential to prevent fungal infections or insect infestations.
Watering: x Graptoveria Grim Pink is a succulent plant that is highly tolerant of drought and does not require frequent watering. During the growing season, it is advisable to employ the soak-and-dry or bottom-watering method when the potting soil has completely dried out. It is imperative to avoid overwatering and ensure adequate shading during summer to prevent the soil from being waterlogged. Click here to get the ultimate succulent care guide.
Primary color: green
Secondary color: red
Bloom color: Yellow, Orange
Cold hardiness: Zone 9a-11b(From 20F to 50F)
Product format: Rooted in 2" pot
Suitability: Balcony, Window, Rock Garden, Container, Terrariums
Propagation: Leaf, Offsets
Special characteristic: Pet Safe