Graptosedum ‘bronze’ young plants in clay pot
3 separate plants in a 9 cm clay pot
Plant Details and Care
Long branching stems with thick pointed leaves along the stem to a terminal rosette (it has smaller leaves than Graptopetalum paraguayense). Can grow over the pot and hang down. Fast growing, but can easily lose leaves if knocked.
Size: Will grow to around 10 cm tall then begin to grow over the side and over the pot.
Leaves: New leaves are green, and as they age they develop a pinky bronze colour, and can develop stronger pink and purple colours in full summer sun.
Flowers: Produces yellow star-shaped flowers on a long stem.
Growing site: Indoors, or outdoors in a pot or rockery. Pots can be placed outside on sunny days. May be able to plant out for the summer in a warm sheltered site.
Hardiness: Not fully hardy, but may be grown outside in the summer.
Toxicity: Is generally considered non-toxic to cats, dogs and humans.