Basic Care: Graptoveria Titubans

Introduction to care for the Graptoveria Titubans, an easy to grow succulent that’s perfect for someone who wants to try propagating.

Temperature: 65-75 degrees

Light: Direct to indirect sun (porch or well lit window). The more the better. The plant will begin to get leggy (tall with spaces between leaves) if it doesn’t receive enough sun. If this happens, it’s a perfect time to propagate!

Watering: About once a week or as soil dries out. Allow soil to dry between waterings. Make sure not to get the leaves  wet when you water it.

Fertilizer: Can be given fertilizer once a month during the summer.

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