Graptopetalum 'Copper Rose'
These succulent are pretty copper pink grey leaved plants which form rosettes initially compact but over time they mature and begin to trail. These occasionally drop leaves, this is how they multiply as the dropped leaf will grow into a new plant with the right conditions.
The plants also have pretty 5 white petalled flowers each with a pink dot.
Very easy to grow, drought tolerant and love high light levels a fantastic conservatory or glasshouse plant or a sunny window.
Not frost hardy.
An unusual version of the more well known blue leaved form.
Comes in a 7cm pot. Approx 5-10cm tall.
Please note these naturally drop there leaves if knocked, these leaves then grow into new plants. Its how they multiply in the wild. This means during transit leaves may drop off. Do not worry, the main plant will be fine, it sends out new shoots and the leaves should be laid flat on the soil at the base of the pot and left, these will in their own time root.