Graptoveria Flowering

Echeveria Flower
Graptoveria ‘Spirit of ’76’

I’m not actually sure how long this has been open. It’s not very showy and could easily be missed.

It has an interesting colour though with an orange-yellow inside the flower and small red dots on the inside of the petals.

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Plant lover living in Toronto, Canada where I grow a wide range of plants in a very small space.
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One Response to Graptoveria Flowering

  1. Usually, I think I’ve waited until at least some of the seedpods on the stalk have turned black/brown before considering the stalk “done” enough to cut off. I don’t plant the seeds until the pod has gone completely black/brown.

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