Ghost plant Aka mother-of-pearl plant , Graptopetalum paraguayense It is a small evergreen succulent, a perennial that can be grown as a garden plant in warmer regions but is more often grown as a potted houseplant. With its whiteish-grey pointed leaves and trailing rosette form, ghost plants add a modern touch to container and rock gardens. Sharp drainage, abundant sunlight, and scant irrigation are the keys to a healthy ghost plant that will soon be producing new offshoots for you to propagate. Light Ghost plants will be at their most handsome in full sun or partial sun. Plants that don’t receive enough light will become leggy and might experience leaf drop. Water In the absence of natural rain, ghost plants only need occasional irrigation. Water indoor ghost plants at soil level to prevent water from stagnating in the rosettes.
* The plants in the picture are only for reference.
The size and shape of pot may vary according to availability.