The graptoveria debbie succulent is an echeveria hybrid that has beautiful rosette leaves with bright colors and unique shape. This beautiful succulent has blue and purple leaves with also a hint of pink when it gets stressed. The rosettes will grow up to be 8 inches in diameter and it’s a fairly fast growing succulent.
On the leaves of this succulent you will notice a white powdery substance known as farina, this is known to protect this succulent from sun damage. This succulent will also produce beautiful apricot flowers in the spring, making this succulent look even more attractive.
Typical Water Needs for a Succulent
Maximum Height: 6-8 inches
Rosette Size: 7-8 inches
Cold Hardiness: Zone 9a (Minimum 20° F | -6.7° C)
Not Cold Hardy
Propagation: Stem cuttings, leaves, seeds, and offsets
Non toxic to humans and animals.
General Care for Graptoveria Debbie
The graptoveria debbie can be grown indoors or outdoors, just as long as it gets enough sunlight so it can avoid etiolation and grow healthy. It will also need plenty of sunlight so it can produce it’s beautiful bright colors. It will need about 6 hours of full sun every single day and also some partial shade. It’s very important that you don’t give this succulent too much sun because too much sun may cause sun damage.
Graptoveria debbie isn’t cold hardy, so make sure that you move this succulent indoors during the cold winter season. If your location gets under 30 degrees then it will need to be moved and grown indoors. Cold temperatures and frost will kill this succulent very easily.