About the x Graptoveria 'Orange Sherbet'
x Graptoveria 'Orange Sherbet' is a Korean hybrid succulent known for its rapid color transition from blue-green to orange-red during the spring and fall seasons. Upon close inspection, the plump leaves exhibit a rounded and smooth contour, with gently tapering tips that may resemble Echeveria Monroe in its normal state. As it matures, diamond-shaped patterns formed by farina emerge at the top of the leaves, setting it apart from other Echeveria varieties.
How to Care for x Graptoveria 'Orange Sherbet'
Sunlight: x Graptoveria 'Orange Sherbet' thrives in ample outdoor light during spring and fall. In summer, provide at least 8 hours of indirect light for indoor care.
Temperature: The ideal temperature range for x Graptoveria 'Orange Sherbet' is 15-25°C. As a low-maintenance plant, it can withstand temperatures from 40-95°F, making it suitable for most regions.
Watering: Adhere to standard Echeveria watering practices, thoroughly watering when the soil is completely dry, and minimizing watering in summer and winter.
Soil and Pot: Select specialized cactus mix soil and a pot with drainage holes for your x Graptoveria 'Orange Sherbet.'
Primary color: green; blue
Secondary color: orange; red
Cold hardiness: zone 10 (30F)
Product format: 2'' pot
Suitability: balcony, Window, Garden
Propagation: leaf cutting
Special characteristic: diamond-shaped patterns