This Graptopetalum is also called Sedum filiferum, as long as it recalls the plants of the Sempervivum genus. It is an attractive, rosette-shaped, slow-growing, low-growing succulent plant, that tends to cluster over time. The numerous greyish-green leaves are dense, thin and decorated with beautiful pink tips. G. filiferum with the prolonged exposure to the direct sun takes on shades from yellow to pink, while if it is exposed to the shady areas, it becomes bluish-green. In winter, its beautiful bell-shaped flowers bloom, which have green-yellow petals, that fade towards pink at the tips, enriched by the typical darker central streaks. It is a real beauty, thus is perfect for decorating your homes.