Pot: 10 cm.
This plant is a hybrid of 2 species: Graptopetalum paraguayense and Cremnophila nutans. It produces woody stems up to 30 cm long, initially erect, which then take on a drooping habit. At the end of each stem beautiful rosettes grow, consisting of fleshy lanceolate and pointed leaves of a glaucous green color. The foliage is covered with a whitish pruina which gives the plant a dull appearance. Exposed under the direct sun or in dry cold conditions, like all the plants of the Graptopetalum genus, it tends to take on pink shades. Graptopetalum 'Fred Wass' is ideal for adding a touch of color to your balconies or windowsills.