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Vera Higgins (Graptosedum 'Alpenglow', 4")
Attractive rosettes of succulent blue-green leaves are blushed with pink-rose tips that darken to coppery red when exposed to cooler temperatures. Delicate stalks rise above the plants supporting star-shaped flowers. Forming large colonies, this plant is particularly attractive in hanging baskets and containers or as a ground cover.

Vera Higgins (Graptosedum 'Alpenglow', 4")

  • As a desert plant, the Vera Higgins Succulent is easier to overwater than underwater. Like other succulents, allow the soil to dry out completely before watering deeply. When you do water, water thoroughly, until the soil retains water and it flows out the bottom of the pot. Bottom watering can be beneficial for succulents to prevent wetting the leaves or having prolonged moisture around the crown of the plant.
  • Succulents do best when they are kept in a spot with bright direct to indirect light.