On the last day of January I took this picture of my Graptopetalum
And on the 1st day of February I took this picture
During the last week of January it was 75 degrees.
As I type this post this first week in February,
it is 19 degrees.
Graptopetalum (also called Ghost Plant) is a plant genus of the family Crassulaceae. There are around 12 species in this genus. They are perennial succulent plants native to Mexico and the Southwestern United States, similar to Echeverias and Sedums.
Graptopetalums are generally easy to propagate. Leaves fall off whenever plants are handled. Just place a leaf on top of moist soil, and in about 4 weeks a new plant will sprout from the leaf.
Like my plant, if you're buried in snow and freezing temps...
take care and stay warm!
Until next time....