Written by Maggie
Feb 24 2021
Graptoveria amethorum is a perennial fleshy herb with a small to medium-sized variety. Graptoveria amethorum looks a little like the pellet leaves of the small and the leaves are thicker than the small and the leaves are thicker.
Graptoveria amethorum is a perennial fleshy herb with a small to medium-sized variety. graptoveria amethorum looks a little like the pellet leaves of the small and the leaves are thicker than the small and the leaves are thicker. Graptoveria amethorum is prone to sprout stolons from the base and semi-prostrate on the soil surface. There are small rosettes at the top of the stem. Fleshy leaves are arranged in rosettes, short spatulate leaves, flat leaves, purple red dense dots raised on the back of the leaves, apex leaves have a small tip, light grayish green or light blue-green leaves, smooth leaves waxy layer, not afraid of water. Graptoveria amethorum Inflorescences axillary, flowers inverted bell shaped, 5-lobed front. Red with yellow tip, flowering from June to August.
The difference between strong light and temperature between day and night or low temperature in winter will cause slight reddening of leaf tip. Graptoveria amethorum requires sufficient sunshine to produce gorgeous leaf color, compact and beautiful plant type, and hypertrophic leaves. Too little sunshine leaves light color, leaf arrangement loose, elongated, leaf thinner and more brittle.
Graptoveria amethorum propagates by leaf insertion and beheading, plant division, can also be sown. Decapitation can be carried out throughout the year, the leaves should choose the leaf cuttings of hypertrophy, but the leaves are relatively slow, the basic is decapitation and seedling reproduction.
The medium must be dry before watering, and can apply slow effect fertilizer.
Full sunlight should be available during the Graptoveria amethorum growing period. Summer temperature higher than 35 degrees is easy to sunburn, can be appropriate shade or half sun, avoid direct light at noon. Graptoveria amethorum does not grow too slowly. The plant is drought tolerant and can be wet or dry. The cultivation soil is mainly soft and breathable. Breeding soil with coal cinder mixed peat, think not good-looking Flower friends can be laid again on the pure river sand or other particles.
If the Graptoveria amethorum lacks light, they tend to grow taller, and the leaves become more fragile, and they may lose their leaves if they touch them.
During the Graptoveria amethorum growing season, remove the leaves from the robust plants and put them in a cool environment for a few days. When the wound is slightly dry, they can be placed on a slightly wet soil surface. A little water is used to keep the pot soil slightly wet, and it is easy to root into independent plants. When the cutting root length is 2-3 cm, it can be moved into a small pot culture.
Cutting, can be cut after the leaf disc in the shade and cool drying for 3 to 5 days, to be slightly dry incision and then inserted in the seedbed. The soil of the seedbed is soft. Carbendazim solution can be sprayed during cutting to kill bacteria. The ratio is 800:1 or 1000:1.
Graptoveria Amethorum is free of pests and diseases.