Graptosedum – Francesco Baldi
A popular succulent that forms rosettes at the tips of ever-lengthening, hanging stems, creating a spreading colony. Leaves are fleshy, lance-shaped, glaucous. Those grown in partial shade tend to be blue-grey. In full sun, they are pinkish-grey. During the winter, the leaves take a brownish-purple tinge. Flowers are star-shaped, yellow, and appear on stems.