Scientific Name: Graptoveria ‘Silver Star’
The Silver Star succulent is easily identified with its thick juicy leaves that have wispy tips. It is typically green with pink on the tips, and it grows in clusters. I beheaded mine and it resulted in the stump growing about 10 new baby silver star succulents, i then propagated these by cuttings and that’s how my collection started to grow! The leaves on this graptoveria succulent are dense and are hard to remove for leaf propagation, this is why i would recommend propagating from cuttings! I often find that the bottom leaves have dried out so i try my best to clear those out regularly to make room for new growth! Comment any questions you may have about the silver star succulent below!
WATER: Little water, should be dry to touch completely before watering. READ MORE
LIGHT: filtered outdoor light, partial sun, or bright indoor light.
TEMP: Minimum temp of 20 degrees F. (-7 C)
SIZE: Rosettes typically range from 2 to 6 inches in diameter.
PATENT: Common plant and free to propagate!
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