This succulent plant, which was created by crossing the genera Graptopetalum and Echeveria, has a short stem and rosette-forming leaves.
Graptoveria are suitable for a bright, sunny location.
As substrate a mixture of cactus and succulent soil and mineral parts is suitable.
The substrate should be allowed to dry before watering the next time, as waterlogging can lead to root rot and the plant dies, so excess water should be able to drain off well.
Fertilization can be done about once a month, i.e. about every four weeks.
In summer you can put the succulents outdoors after you have
gradually acclimatized them to direct sunlight. They should be
brought back into the house at temperatures below 10°C.
In winter the temperature should be around 10°C. Fertilization is no longer used, watering is reduced.
Since Graptoveria is crossed with Graptopetalum and Echeveria, which can be slightly poisonous, no guarantee can be given for compatibility with animals.